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Kanzius Funeral Service
Family members and friends eulogized John Kanzius at a funeral service Feb. 23 at the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Paul. The retired television and radio broadcasting executive, 64, earned worldwide attention in recent years for inventing a radio-frequency generator that is being tested as a cancer treatment device. Kanzius died Feb. 18 of pneumonia, a side effect of recent chemotherapy treatments for his rare, incurable cancer. About 250 people, including family, friends, current and former WJET-TV staff members, and a number of public officials filled the cathedral nearly to capacity. To view more from the Erie Times-News visit www.GoErie.com
Views: 3118 Erie Times-News
Reporter explains status of Kanzius project
Erie Times-News reporter David Bruce discussed the Kanzius project during a Facebook live chat on May 17. Bruce shared the project's history, the status of the device and how it relates to Erie.
Views: 104 Erie Times-News
John Kanzius 2009 Telethon
The exact total raised Thursday night during our three hour telethon was $140,224. The three Lilly Broadcasting stations - WICU, WSEE, and the CW combined talent and resources and made this happen. "I am overwhelmed. Before I got here to the WICU studios tonight, 22 states and 3 countries have contributed to the telethon based on e-mails," said Mark Neidig, Executive Director of the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation. Our newsroom played host to members of the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation as well as the many selfless volunteers who manned the phone lines we set up. At the Ambassador, we had 20 phones set-up, and the phones began to ring early. Many of our on-air personalities spent hours accepting checks and changing the number boards, it kept on increasing. Our News Director Julie Eisenman overwhelmed by the public's response for the second year in a row. "The support we are seeing from the Erie community we are seeing is phenomenal I'm not surprised Erie's a great and they always, always step up when there's a need and this is such a great cause," said Eisenman.
Views: 372 WSEE WICU
The Next Big Thing! Salt Water for FUEL.
John Kanzuis from Erie, Pennsylvania was former broadcast engineer and came up wth a way to not only treat cancer but accidently found a new fuel source.
Views: 150 Mike Millington
Kanzius Research Center Fundraiser - Can't You See (cover song)
On September 15, 2011 A trio of friends got together for the Kanzius Research Center Fundraiser at Millcreek Mall in Erie PA. Among the songs they played, this one was caught on video. The trio was Danny Rich, Howie Shaw, and Bongo Bob. For this song, Howie sat out and let special guest JJRock, son of Danny Rich, play this song. JJrock is only 14 years old. Acoustic Lead Guitar, Lead Vocals - Danny Rich Acoustic Rhythm Guitar - JJRock Percussion Instruments - Bongo Bob This song was written by and owned by the Marshall Tucker Band. There is no copyright infringement under the Copyright Act of 1976. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." All credit/material goes to Toy Caldwell of The Marshall Tucker Band and RCA. I own no material whatsoever.
Views: 251 The Dragon Den
Salt Water into Fuel
"5/22/2007 Retired TV station owner and broadcast engineer, John Kanzius, wasn't looking for an answer to the energy crisis. He was looking for a cure for cancer." Sounds great, but Stan Meyer ended up dead somehow in the 90s when he invented his famous water powered car. I hope this guy lives long enough to get this invention into production.
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Benefit For Louis Nadeau Casey vs. Casey With Linda Lee - Tennessee River
The Benefit For Louis Nadeau at Beechwood Golf Course, Fairview, PA. Casey vs. Casey With Linda Lee - Tennessee River Louis N. Nadeau, Jr., age 64, of Erie, passed away Sunday, June 17, 2012, at the Erie Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Born December 22, 1947, in Farmington, ME, he was the son of the late Louis N. Nadeau, Sr. and Dora Bell Stewart. Louis was a self employed musician playing at many venues over the years and with many bands including Billy Thunder and the Thunderbolts as well as the Jim Turner Band. He and his wife, Eileen, also owned Dynamite Pizza for 23 years. He also was a member of the American Legion, Carl Neff Post, in Wesleyville. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Phillip Nadeau. Survivors include his wife, Eileen Thompson Nadeau; a son, Louis N. Nadeau, III, wife Brenda of Conneaut, OH; 2 daughters, Monique and Lisa Nadeau both of Erie; 6 sisters, Beverly Brochu, husband Renee and Nancy Smith, husband Brad, both of Maine, Barbara Sidman, husband Dave, Simone Vogle, husband Dave, and Pammy Easton, husband Charles, all of Erie, and Betty Thompson, husband Joseph, of Ohio; 15 grandchildren; and 1 great grandson. Friends are invited to call on Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Brugger Funeral Homes & Crematory, LLP, 1595 West 38th Street at Greengarden Boulevard. Further visitation will be held there Thursday from 10 a.m. until the time of a funeral service at 11 a.m. Burial will follow at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Kanzius Research Foundation, 130 West 8th Street, Erie, PA 16501 or the Regional Cancer Center, Erie, PA 16505.
Views: 258 BravikProductions