2021 Jingle Bell Run Honorees


Richard A. Hostin, MD
Medical City Scoliosis & Advanced Spine Center
Medical Honoree

Richard Hostin MD is a board-certified spine surgeon fellowship-trained in orthopedic surgery and the medical director of the Medical City Scoliosis & Advanced Spine Center. A University of Oklahoma medical school graduate, he treats a comprehensive range of spinal diseases and disorders including scoliosis, complex spinal deformity, advanced spine surgery, degenerative conditions of the spine, and more.

Dr. Hostin is trained in modern spinal surgical techniques, including minimally invasive surgical methods. He focuses on pediatric, adolescent, and adult spinal deformity. Previously, he was medical director of Baylor Scott and White Scoliosis Center – Plano and Chief of Orthopedics at Baylor Scott and White Medical Center – Plano.


Ashley Nicole Davis
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Adult Honoree

In January 2020, Ashley Nicole created RA Warrior Fitness to empower women living with RA (rheumatoid arthritis) to improve their quality of life through faith, food, and fitness. Despite living with RA, she has personally overcome obstacles to maintain and improve her lifestyle. With a “no excuses” mentality, she encourages other warriors to stay active and set achievable goals.

As a Master Trainer and Coach, Ashley motivates and inspires her clients to reach their goals while achieving maximum results. Ashley loves Jesus, family, fitness, food, football, and music! A native of Florence, Alabama, she now lives in Dallas, Texas. Support Ashley on her personal fundraising page. 


Anabel Terrazas
Polyarticular Juvenile Arthritis
Child Honoree

This spunky 7-year-old hails from Borger (that's northeast of Amarillo, for the uninitiated) and is proving every day that juvenile arthritis can't slow her down.

Anabel was diagnosed at age 3 with Polyarticular juvenile rheumatoid arthritis after she started having unexplained fevers that perplexed her pediatrician. Tests showed her white blood cells and CRP were through the roof, as she was being attacked by her own immune system. It was a tough time, but now that she is receiving treatments, she is oh so strong!

Anabel is as active -- or perhaps more so -- than the average 7-year-old, running, swimming, playing soccer and enjoying life. Her endurance, muscle strength and love of being active is helping her stay healthier. Support Anabel on her personal fundraising page.