9 June 2008
Medical Fund Set Up for JSU Nursing Student Danielle Castle
Times Staff Reports
Published June 7, 2008
|Danielle Castle, a 25-year-old
nursing student at Jacksonville State University, has been diagnosed with
second-stage atypical Hodgkin’s disease. Photo: Special to The Times
Reprinted here in its entirety.
Fund Established to help Castle
A medical fund has been established for a local nursing student with
Danielle Castle, a 25-year-old nursing student at Jacksonville
State University, has been diagnosed with second-stage atypical Hodgkin’s
disease, which is cancer.
Castle has no insurance and is now acquiring
high costs with treatments and medications for her disease. She lives with her
mother and her grandmother. Her grandmother is recovering from quadruple bypass
Donations to the Danielle Castle Medical Fund can be made at
Family Savings Federal Credit Union in Gadsden or Rainbow City, account No.
Donations also can be made at several credit union service
• Alabama Teachers Credit Union — Albertville, Anniston, Fort
• Community Credit Union — Albertville, Anniston, Fort Payne,
Oneonta, Rainbow City
• Alabama Telco Credit Union — Oxford, Birmingham,
• Legacy Community Federal Credit Union — Trussville
donating at a service center, be sure to note the account is held at Family
Savings Federal Credit Union.
See story at The Gadsden Times' website: www.gadsdentimes.com
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