Gambling for a CURE!

Gambling for a CURE!

Do you work at a business or know someone with connections to get some amazing (and completely appreciated) Auction Items for this years casino night??! Please consider it. I have been working my ass off the last 7 years with the San Diego Chapter PKD Foundation to find a cure for my family so my husband, and children do not ever have to see the day their kidneys look like this! I don’t have a kidney left to give(his father already got that lol), I just have my time and friends to support me…. EMAIL ME if you can help in ANY WAY!!

wine, beer, concert tickets, sports tickets, gift cards hand made items, paintings, photography, jewelry, theme parks, private tours/events…. just take a moment and ask yourself, how can you help??


Who do you honor today??


I Honor my grandfather, the late Clarence L. French.  ALthough he only spent a few years in active service for the Navy he spent the rest of his live devoted to the steel and shipbuilding indrusty engineering and improving the cost and process of producing ships for the Navy. his career as President of NASSCO (the west coast’s leading steel and shipbuilding company) he instituded many new policies and procedures that improved the industy creating a name for himself that was well respeted and honored, even to this day the people at NASSCO are honoring his service by dedicating a conference room with his memorabilia and accomplishments. He led the company as the eloquent honorable intelligent man that he was. I am priveledged to call him my grandfather and to have been raised and loved by him.

My grandfather’s career at NASSCO put many of today’s Navy ships in the water or kept them in the water. Not only did he run the company while a lot of these ships were in production but he continued to advise the military and government long after his “retirement”.  He spoke before Ronald Reagan and shook his hand, he gave a speech in the presence of the Prince of England then the following evening while attending a different event heard the Prince quote his own speech from the night before.  He has traveled the world dining with business men and their families from England, Japan, Greece, Thailand…. He has literally traveled the world for the company he devoted his life to. He may not have spent his life serving in the military in war or overseas, BUT he did dedicate many MANY years to improving and impacting the military forces through steel and ship building.