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Craig and Cristie Christopher to Chair Cattle Baron’s Gala: They hope to raise $1 million for cancer research


Craig and Cristie Christopher  |  chairmen of the 2014 American Cancer Society’s Cattle Baron’s Gala
by Courtney Burkholder
78209 Magazine
Photo by Casey Howell


For Craig and Cristie Christopher, life in ’09 is a busy blend of work and play. Over the past 15 years, they have logged countless pours at the Little League ball fields, H-E-B, school carnivals, pep rallies, sporting events and parades, all right here in Alamo Heights.

This year, the Christophers have added fundraising to their list of activities. As chairmen of the 2014 American Cancer Society’s Cattle Baron’s Gala, the Christophers are taking the bull by the horns. Married since 1992, the Christophers bought their first home in Alamo Heights in 19999. “We bought a house on East Oakview and remodeled it.” Craig recall. “Since then, we have really made the rounds through Alamo Heights; we’ve lived on Argo, East Elmview,Lilac Lane in Terrell Hills, and now we’re in Northwood on Country Lane. I think this is our favorite spot so far.”

Read the rest of the story here.

Posted by Craig Christopher on 23rd September, 2014 | Comments | Trackbacks
Tags: 2014 Cattle Baron's Gala at Rio Cibolo Ranch, Fundraising for the American Cancer Society, Goal of $1 million for cancer research

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