AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALDSteve Johnson, better known as Scuba Steve, hugs long time friend Emily Fertitta while selling his shirts at the D'Iberville BBQ Throwdown & Festival on Saturday. Johnson said that his cancer has returned and that he will have to undergo surgery next week, followed by another six months of chemotherapy. Also pictured are Annette Fertitta, left, and Emily Fertitta.
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALDSteve Johnson, better known as Scuba Steve, hugs long time friend Emily Fertitta while selling his shirts at the D'Iberville BBQ Throwdown & Festival on Saturday. Johnson said that his cancer has returned and that he will have to undergo surgery next week, followed by another six months of chemotherapy. Also pictured are Annette Fertitta, left, and Emily Fertitta. AMANDA McCOY SUN HERALD
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALDSteve Johnson, better known as Scuba Steve, hugs long time friend Emily Fertitta while selling his shirts at the D'Iberville BBQ Throwdown & Festival on Saturday. Johnson said that his cancer has returned and that he will have to undergo surgery next week, followed by another six months of chemotherapy. Also pictured are Annette Fertitta, left, and Emily Fertitta. AMANDA McCOY SUN HERALD
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