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CEO goes bald to cure childhood cancer

Chamness joined charity drive after his son was diagnosed with cancer

April 3, 2015
By Lori Sharn

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April is always a fuzzy month for Chuck Chamness. The CEO of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies is once again growing out his hair after shaving it all off.

Chamness went bald for the 11th time March 13 to raise money for childhood cancer research, a cause dear to his heart. His son Joey—now a healthy high school senior—was diagnosed with bone cancer at age eight.

“As a parent of a now-survivor, I’m gratified by all the millions of dollars being spent to find a cure,” Chamness said.