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article imageMemorial Foundation Fund established for Nate Estimada

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 10, 2014 in Entertainment
Nate Estimada, a lead performer from the male revue "Men of the Strip," passed away on June 18 due to a tragic accident, at the age of 24.
Today would have been Estimada's 25th birthday, and his family has set up a foundation in his memory, to preserve and honor his vision.
Digital Journal was afforded the privilege to get to know this fine young entertainer and interview him on December 17, at their show at Gramercy Theatre in New York City, which was quite the spectacle.
"Men of The Strip" is hosted by Jeff Timmons from the Grammy-nominated group 98 Degrees, Glenn Douglas Packard serves as its creative director, and it is owned by Mike Foland.
Estimada's loss was felt by everyone who knew him, since he was gone way too soon.
For more information on the Nate Estimada Memorial Foundation Fund, visit its website.
"To all of our friends, family, and those willing to help. We will leave this website open for your continued support, in efforts to keep Nate's memory alive. We want to create a non-profit foundation in his memory. In order to fulfill his vision, we need your support. Please use this simple website for any contributions you may feel you want to donate. Thank you for your love and support as we fulfill his vision of a better world. With love and gratitude," The Estimadas posted on the memorial page.
One thing's for sure. We miss you Nate. Rest in peace.
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