Heather Treat Memorial began with a mission to help Johnson County Cancer Patients

The Heather Treat Memorial was started in 1994 after the death of Heather Harper-Treat. Heather had Colon Cancer that spread to her lungs and brain. She had great insurance, but the little things that were not covered by insurance (gas, hotels, bill piling from lack of work) was a great burden.

So many great friends and family helped Heather and her husband during this time.

After her death, Heather’s family decided, along with some friends, to start the Memorial Fund to help others in Johnson County who have cancer.

Since the Memorial began, we have given $271,054.07.

In 2016, we were able to give out $19,200.00; supporting 48 patients.

Thank You for helping Johnson County Cancer patients.

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Sympathy to the family of Evelyn Ross she was our family too! Prayers today and to all the days that follow. ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Thanksgiving to all of our cancer patients and their families.
Happy Thanksgiving to all of our donors!
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Sympathy to the family of Bob Bell, he was one of our family too. This man had a smile that warms your heart. ... See MoreSee Less

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Helping Johnson County Cancer Patients Pay the Bills.