Beth Yudovin relaxes on a new East Village bench in Cambria honoring her late husband, record-setting open-water swimmer David Yudovin. Artisans behind the bench’s creation are, from left, David Plumb, Jay Burbank and Phil Hauser.
Beth Yudovin relaxes on a new East Village bench in Cambria honoring her late husband, record-setting open-water swimmer David Yudovin. Artisans behind the bench’s creation are, from left, David Plumb, Jay Burbank and Phil Hauser. Kathe Tanner ktanner@thetribunenews.com
Beth Yudovin relaxes on a new East Village bench in Cambria honoring her late husband, record-setting open-water swimmer David Yudovin. Artisans behind the bench’s creation are, from left, David Plumb, Jay Burbank and Phil Hauser. Kathe Tanner ktanner@thetribunenews.com

A bench to remember Cambrian world-class swimmer? It fits the ‘tapestry’ of the town he loved

July 31, 2018 10:41 AM

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Kathe Tanner

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Kathe Tanner has been writing about life on the North Coast of San Luis Obispo County since her column launched in The Tribune and The Cambrian in 1981. A Cambria resident for more than four decades, Kathe’s also been a reporter for the two newspapers since 1992. Reach her at ktanner@thetribunenews.com .