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Johnson Architecture supports Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

The Johnson Architecture Inc. team was out in force at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk on Oct. 25 at the University of Tennessee’s Circle Park. The team was formed to support firm partner and leukemia survivor Rick Friel (center, holding white lantern), and raised to-date $12,024 for the 2016 event, second-highest among all teams, and a total of over $62,000 for the cause since 2009. Participating employees, family members and friends included, from left, front row: Eva Matthews, Ellie Biden, Meridieth Williamson, Cooper Williamson, Nicholas Riordan, Rick Friel, Cole Overton, Juliet Biden, Emily Haire and Titus Haire. Second row: Hannah Matthews, Sunny Biden, Colleen Riordan, Jack Riordan, Heather Overton, Kelley Hicks and Heather Ryan with son Trey. Third row: Danielle Hemsley, Karen Williamson, Josh Biden, Mike Riordan, Jeff Williamson, Daryl Johnson, Joey Staats, Shehara Hapuarachy and Jimmy Ryan.

The Johnson Architecture Inc. team was out in force at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk on Oct. 25 at the University of Tennessee’s Circle Park. The team was formed to support firm partner and leukemia survivor Rick Friel (center, holding white lantern), and raised to-date $12,024 for the 2016 event, second-highest among all teams, and a total of over $62,000 for the cause since 2009. Participating employees, family members and friends included, from left, front row: Eva Mathews, Ellie Biden, Meridieth Williamson, Cooper Williamson, Nicholas Riordan, Rick Friel, Cole Overton, Juliet Biden, Emily Haire and Titus Haire. Second row: Hannah Mathews, Sunny Biden, Colleen Riordan, Jack Riordan, Heather Overton, Kelley Hicks and Heather Ryan with son Trey. Third row: Danielle Hemsley, Karen Williamson, Josh Biden, Mike Riordan, Jeff Williamson, Daryl Johnson, Joey Staats, Shehara Hapuarachy and Jimmy Ryan.

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