Dr Kristy Conniff has passed away. Kristy Conniff was reported to have died few days. Her cause of death is not yet known as at the time of filing this report.
Kristy Conniff’s death was disclosed to the public by Kayla Daiek in an official Facebook post via her Facebook page. Kayla Daiek described Kristy as her lifeguard.
The Post Reads Below:-
Kayla Daiek Wrote “Does anyone else just want to pretend 2020 didn’t happen? Gosh darn it’s been a tough 6 months. And just so much sadness, and loss. I spent time with Kristy Conniff. Mostly when I was younger , and she was my lifeguard. I always looked up to her in so many ways. And loved how much all her and friends were so close. I think Kara, Keri, and I witnessed their love for each other at a very young age. And I think we learned from them. I am so sad for Kristy’s family , her husband , and her 3 kids. The class of 99 girls I’m so sad for you all as well and hope you find comfort within each other, and laugh and cry about your amazing memories.”
Few Things You Need To Know About Dr Kristin Krizmanich Conniff MD
Dr. Kristin Krizmanich primarily devotes her time to breast imaging at RMI. As a lifelong Michigan resident, she completed her medical training at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit. Dr. Krizmanich pursued her interest in breast imaging during her radiology residency at the University of Michigan, and was active in research in that area. She then went on to specialize in Breast Imaging at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit from 2011-2012.
Her interest in breast imaging was clear to her as far back as high school, and she even wrote her college entrance essay for The University of Michigan on that subject. “My entire childhood I was told how much I reminded everyone of my late grandmother, and I wished so badly I could have remembered meeting her when I was just a baby…instead she lives on in me every day as I fight against the disease that took her life. I knew very early on that I would try to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer…and I hope I am making her proud.”
Dr. Krizmanich was drawn to RMI by their cutting edge approach to breast cancer screening including their use of the UltimateMamm® and screening breast ultrasound. She is involved in the development of the Screening Breast MRI program, as well as multiple monthly tumor boards (multidisciplinary meetings to discuss patients newly diagnosed with cancer) which serve many patients throughout the community.