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Elliott Roofing holds breast cancer research near and dear to their hearts. Jonie, one of Elliott Roofing's longest-tenured employees, is a breast cancer survivor.
Jonie has been with Elliott for 11 years and is one grandchild away from being able to field an entire baseball team. She may be small, but she’s not afraid to lay down the law – keeping us in line when we’d rather be practicing our backflips off of our truck tailgates. Working in administration, Jonie makes sure we’re fine-tuned and focused.
Fortunately, Jonie’s story is one with a happy ending, which gives her the opportunity every October to reflect on her five-year journey with breast cancer.
“When I was diagnosed, my family, my work family and my faith kept me going,” Jonie said. “It’s nice to know that other people are thinking about not only you, but people who are struggling with the disease right now.”
Owners Matt and Holly Case also have been affected by breast cancer in their personal lives. Matt’s grandmother succumbed to breast cancer in 1984, and his aunts are survivors. Holly’s sister-in-law died from the disease in 2002.
To honor Jonie, our families and others who’ve felt the impact of breast cancer firsthand, Elliott Roofing donated $100 of each reroof contract signed in October to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
$100 of each reroof contract signed in October