Christopher Routzahn


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Christopher Routzahn's Bio

Chris Routzahn has lived in Frederick since age 10. At age 15, he broke his neck in a BMX bicycle accident which rendered him a quadriplegic. He NEVER looked back! Chris graduated from Frederick High School in 1990. Coming from adversity, he discovered quickly that he needed to be as self-reliant as possible and took charge.

Chris has been a full time volunteer at Rock Creek School in Frederick County, Maryland for over 12 years. His dedication to the special needs students at RCS is remarkable. In order to maintain this level of commitment, as well as his independence, Chris needs safe and reliable transportation. He is currently able to drive using a modified van, but the 2002 van that he has is in constant need of repair and has left him stranded on many occasions. When unable to come to volunteer, Chris is sorely missed not only by the staff which relies on his presence and expertise, but more-so by the students who will ask, “Where’s Mr Chris?”

It is now our time to give back! Please consider helping us to help Chris maintain his independence and allow him to positively affect the lives of so many of our kids.

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Important Announcement from Debbie Williams - Click to Read

Hello I’m Debbie Williams and I’m trying to give you a small description of what it’s been to serve the Lord through the PATTY POLLATOS FUND the last 27 years. There’s no way that I could put everyone that was involved in this 18 minute clip but I wanted you to see what a miraculous job our Lord has done to serve people not only in this community but where ever it was needed in our world.  Key donors that believed in our mission from the start such as Wayne Fox & Stacy Collins PNC Bank , Tom Netelli, Dan & Mary Sipe , Airport View Signs, Keeney Basford Funeral Home , Criswell, Sam Hall, Marks Equipment just to name a few – all knew that – One Person Can Make a Difference but together we changed the world.

Click to view the 2019 PPF FFF Final after 27 years of Service
Thanks to Craig Shipp for making this video possible!