Team Frank Kriff's Fundraising Page

Conquer Cancer with Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund!
Conquer Cancer with Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund!

WHY WE'RE FUNDRAISING WITH THE JIMMY FUND WALK TO FIGHT CANCER

For Frank Kriff, who never once felt sorry for himself after his diagnosis of Stage 4 lung cancer. 

Francis Anthony Kriff died after a strong fight against terminal cancer on May 8, 2018 at the age of 65 while surrounded by family.


Frank is survived by his wife, Maureen (Salley); his children, Patrick of Boston, and Andrew of Billerica; and his sisters, Mary Ann (Kriff) Ludy and Elizabeth (Kriff) Joyce-Armstrong, both of Worcester. He is predeceased by his parents, Francis Anthony Kriff, Sr. and Monica Kriff, both of Shrewsbury.

Frank was a devoted father and husband. He graduated from Shrewsbury High School in 1970 and the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1974. He was a member of the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity and is still remembered for his friendliness and good-natured humor. He was a dedicated employee of the United States Postal Service for 30 years in Cambridge before retiring in 2015. He coached Billerica Little League and Billerica Youth Basketball and was remembered fondly by his players many years after his coaching career ended. He enjoyed fishing and gardening and loved watching Boston sports with his two sons. He is be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who knew him.

The Kriff family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and caretakers we met at each stage of his fight. They truly helped to ensure that Frank received the care that he needed and deserved.


PROGRESS TO GOAL

Raised:$1,540
Goal:$1,500
3team members

THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM MEMBERS

C = Team Captain
NAME
AMOUNT RAISED
x7x
x$1,540.00x

THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM DONORS

NAME
AMOUNT
Team Honor Roll
A nguyen
$65
Ally Hamilton
$50
Andrew K
$50
Andrew Kriff
$85
Andrew Kriff
$15
Anonymous
Ariel
$50
Ashlyn Lee
$40
Barbie and Charlie Cooke
$50
Bob & Diane Cooke
$50
Connor Sallet
$25
Evan and Mir
$100
Heidi and Wally Lane
$50
Jean McQuestion
$100
Joamme and Paul O'Donnell
$100
Judith Green
$30
Keith Lentine
$50
Martin Owens
$100
Mike and Karen Blanford
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Corcoran in honor of Francis Kriff
$50
Ms. Maureen S Kriff
$105
Ms. Sharon Connolly
Patrick Kriff
$55
Roy and Beth
$50
Stephanie Caldwell
Stephen Goode
$50
the Connolly Family
I'm Living Proof buttons
Every dollar raised helps fuel Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's 50-50 balance between lifesaving research and total patient care.
Together, we can conquer cancer!














2020 Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk

Conquer Cancer with Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund!
Conquer Cancer with Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund!

Team Frank Kriff

For Frank Kriff, who never once felt sorry for himself after his diagnosis of Stage 4 lung cancer. 

Francis Anthony Kriff died after a strong fight against terminal cancer on May 8, 2018 at the age of 65 while surrounded by family.


Frank is survived by his wife, Maureen (Salley); his children, Patrick of Boston, and Andrew of Billerica; and his sisters, Mary Ann (Kriff) Ludy and Elizabeth (Kriff) Joyce-Armstrong, both of Worcester. He is predeceased by his parents, Francis Anthony Kriff, Sr. and Monica Kriff, both of Shrewsbury.

Frank was a devoted father and husband. He graduated from Shrewsbury High School in 1970 and the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1974. He was a member of the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity and is still remembered for his friendliness and good-natured humor. He was a dedicated employee of the United States Postal Service for 30 years in Cambridge before retiring in 2015. He coached Billerica Little League and Billerica Youth Basketball and was remembered fondly by his players many years after his coaching career ended. He enjoyed fishing and gardening and loved watching Boston sports with his two sons. He is be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who knew him.

The Kriff family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and caretakers we met at each stage of his fight. They truly helped to ensure that Frank received the care that he needed and deserved.


View More
View More