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Fenton Employees

Walk to "D'Feet" ALS

Fenton employees walked to "D'Feet" ALS on Saturday, October 15, to show support of Randy Weikel, longtime Fenton Sales Representative and former Fenton Associate Sales Manager.

For the second straight year, Randy's wife Lola captained the "Rally Round Randy" team. Along with support from the Weikel family, friends, former classmates and Fenton employees, the "Rally Round Randy" team raised more than $15,000.

The Piedmont Triad - Walk to D'Feet ALS was sponsored by the Jim "Catfish" Hunter Chapter of the ALS Association. The 5K Walk, which had 685 participants, raised more than $100,000.

Fenton employees traveled almost 5 hours to participate in the event. "We wouldn't have missed it for the world," said Sue McCue, who worked with Randy at Fenton.

The "Rally Round Randy" Team consisted of more than 50 walkers. Fenton participants included Scott Fenton, Shelley Fenton-Ash, Sue McCue, Joyce Taylor and Jackie Hodges; recent Fenton employee, Becky Hendershot; and Fenton Gold Showcase Dealers, Bill and Joan Rhodes.

The Winston-Salem Walk was one of 140 Walks scheduled this year around the country. The Walks are important in raising funds to help ALS patients and to support international cutting-edge research.








(From left to right) Bill Rhodes, Jackie Hodges, Randy Weikel, Joan Rhodes, Joyce Taylor, Sue McCue, Shelley Fenton-Ash, Becky Hendershot and Scott Fenton.

Currently, the Catfish Chapter hosts 9 Walks across North and South Carolina that are growing at a rapid rate — all due to the enthusiasm and dedication of teams, walkers and sponsors.

The Fenton Foundation of the Fenton Art Glass Company has been providing philanthropic support for over 50 years. In 2004, the Fenton Foundation selected the ALS Association as its national partner. The ALS Association was chosen because of the Fenton family’s direct experiences with this disease, and to date, Fenton has donated more than $25,000 to the ALS Association through the sale of selected pieces. The Fenton family will continue to work in partnership with ALS Association to make advances in the fight against Lou Gehrig’s disease. For more information about ALS and The ALS Association, visit or call 1-800-782-4747.

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