In Loving Memory of Lisa Volz
Lisa is recovering from a stroke that she suffered following her stem cell transplant (summer 2008).
Hey. I'm Lisa Volz, also known as "Peanut" and I am an ISN Artist. I am twenty-eight. I was diagnosed in 2006 with interstitial lung disease caused by systemic sclerosis (scleroderma).
My lung capacity is lame but my attitude is not—and that's why I'm a nut. I hope you enjoy my art. Also, I'll be getting a stem cell transplant in Chicago, so please send lots of good thoughts my way. Toodles.
Lisa (Peanuts/Volz) Hobbs: In Loving Memory
In Loving Memory of Lisa Volz "Peanut" Hobbs: ISN Artist. Lisa (Peanuts) has passed away after a long battle with scleroderma and the longstanding complications of a stem cell transplant. Posted 09/10/12.
Lisa Volz: New ISN Artist
Lisa Volz "Peanut": ISN Artist. My lung capacity is lame but my attitude is not—and that's why I'm a nut. I hope you enjoy my art. Posted 02/13/08.
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Thanks to Winn Schillberg for donating to scleroderma research.
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