Angie Daniel resides in Westfield with her two sons, Cole and Caleb. She is originally from the Terre Haute area and graduated with a degree in Criminology from Indiana State University in 1998. She was the Operations Manager for a restaurant group in the suburbs of Atlanta for 13 years prior to moving back to Indiana in 2011. Angie accepted a position as a Marketing Associate with Sysco Foods in 2013 and is now the Regional Sales Manager overseeing the sales department at the Indiana operating company. In January 2010, her sister, Stephenie Jocham, was diagnosed with a rare form of sarcoma cancer. It wasn’t long into treatment that Stephenie realized how fortunate she was to be able to continue working through her treatment, and to be surrounded by family and friends always willing to help at a moment’s notice. While there are many wonderful foundations that aid in funding research, Stephenie noticed the lack of help available for current cancer patients who are struggling with many obstacles. Stephenie expressed her desire to form a foundation that would do exactly that. It was her desire that Angie would help her get the foundation started, then eventually take over the daily business as the Executive Director. Unfortunately, Stephenie did not survive long enough to see the foundation fully functional. It is Angie’s dream to honor her sister by making CMBC a successful and prominent foundation that helps as many cancer patients as possible.