Coast Union alum's family needs help with medical costs

Special to The CambrianAugust 14, 2013 

The Danny Cashdan family is reaching out to the community, asking people to help defray medical costs due to Nathaniel “Nate” Cashdan’s ongoing problem with rupturing stomach vessels.

Doctors at San Francisco State University Medical Center, French Hospital Medical Center and at Twin Cities Community Hospital in Templeton — and elsewhere — have tried to understand where the bleeding is actually coming from and why, but no cause or solution has been identified, Danny Cashden said.

He owns Personal Touch Woodworks; his son Nathaniel is shop foreman. Anyone who can help the Cashdan family can make deposits to the Nathaniel Cashdan account at Heritage Oaks Bank in Cambria.

Nathaniel played football all four years at Coast Union High School, baseball for two years and was student body president in 2004, his senior year.

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