Fund created to help family of Seaford teen Joseph Tutaj who died on marching band trip

A memorial fund has been established to help the family of Joseph Tutaj, the Seaford High School student who died while on a school trip

Joseph Tutaj's father is battling cancer and the family's home was destroyed by Sandy.

Joseph Tutaj's father is battling cancer and the family's home was destroyed by Sandy. (3/2/13)

SEAFORD - A memorial fund has been established to help the family of a Seaford High School student who died while on a school trip.

Joseph Tutaj, 15, died after being hospitalized with a high fever in California, where he was with the high school's marching band. The memorial fund will help his family with burial and other expenses. Tutaj's father is battling cancer and the family's home was destroyed in Sandy.

A cause of death has yet to be determined.

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Joseph Tutaj Memorial Fund

A fund has been established to help the family of Joseph Tutaj, 15, with burial and medical expenses. Tutaj died suddenly while on a trip with Seaford High School's marching band in California.

Joseph Tutaj Memorial Fund

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