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Chamness.jpgHow much would you pay to see NAMIC CEO Chuck Chamness shave his head until he was completely bald? What if I told you it was for a good cause? Chuck and other members of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies operating team in Washington, D.C., and Indianapolis are joining thousands of volunteer shavees to publicize a campaign to help fund research into a cure for childhood cancer.

The group behind this noble effort is the St. Baldrick Foundation, and their efforts are very close to Chuck’s heart. Indeed, he leads the kind souls making the commitment to shave their heads for St. Baldricks as part of “Joeys Team”–named for Joey Chamness, Chuck’s son, now 10 years old, who was diagnosed with osteosarcoma two years ago. He was treated with chemotherapy at Riley Childrens Hospital in Indianapolis.

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