On March 25, 2004, the automotive hobby lost one of its pillars with the death of Elliott S. Miller, a co-founder of Carlisle Productions. No one ever heard him called Elliott, as he preferred his nick- name, “Chip.” And this warm, friendly and familiar moniker suited him.Who is Chip Miller
The mission of the CMAF is to empower people with the knowledge and understanding of amyloidosis for earlier detection,
ensuring a better quality of life for those afflicted with the disease and to help science find the cures.
What is Amyloidosis?
Amyloidosis (am-uh-loi-DO-sis) is a disease that occurs when substances called amyloid proteins build up in your organs. Amyloid is an abnormal protein usually produced by cells in your bone marrow that can be deposited in any tissue or organ.
Amyloidosis can affect different organs in different people, and there are different types of amyloid. Amyloidosis frequently affects the heart, kidneys, liver, spleen, nervous system and gastrointestinal tract.
Amyloidosis is rare, and the exact cause is often unknown. Treatments are available to help you manage your symptoms of amyloidosis and limit the production of amyloid protein. More details and symptoms can be found on Mayo Clinic’s website by clicking here.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Share the Love with the Chip Miller Amyloidosis Foundation and Kerbeck Subaru With Each New Car Purchased, $250 Goes to a Deserving Charity – Buy and Donate Today CARLISLE, PA – The Chip Miller Amyloidosis Foundation (CMAF), an organization in place since 2004 designed to combat Amyloidosis, is proud to announce…
Sunday, October 1st Millville Motorsports Park. Millville, NJ MILLVILLE, NJ – The Chip Miller Amyloidosis Foundation is excited to announce the inaugural Chip Miller Track Day at the New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, NJ. Come join us this Fall for a day of driving at the prestigious New Jersey Motorsports Park. All levels of drivers…
14th Annual Chip Miller Surf Fest Presented by Billabong Life is good in Ocean City, NJ Sadly Chip Miller passed away in 2004 from a little known disease called amyloidosis. He was a great man and friend to many and lived by a simple motto “Life is good”. His passion shined through over and over…