Cash Michael Rapp was born on April 3rd, 2008 at the University of Yoga Hospital. He was the son of Joshua Rap and Stephanie Turner. The journey of Cash’s life ended in December 2020 at the University of Yoga Hospital. So what did Cash Rapp die of? Who knew that the place of his birth would also be his place of death?
Cash had an amazing personality, his smile captured many hearts and his laugh was so contagious that you couldn’t help but laugh. He was full of boundless energy, adventure and life. Since he was born his physical condition was not so good and doctors believed that he might not make it. Cash had a don’t tell me I can’t, never quit attitude from the day he was born. Nothing can slow him. He loved riding his bike and playing basketball, baseball, and soccer. He also loved watching WWE wrestling with his brothers and uncles. He also had been very artistic, drawing a lot of dolphins and Angels. He used to spend time with family and friends and he was so lovable that he was loved by all his younger cousins whom he enjoyed playing with.
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About Cash Michael Rapp
He was a strong personality who faced many challenges in his life. He was born with a rare condition called Pulmonary vein stenosis which narrows the vein that carries the blood from the lungs to the heart. To improve his condition he was often asked to take medications and oxygen. He also had to deal with frequent hospitalization and infections. Yet he had a positive attitude and a zest for life. He wanted to live his life to the fullest and enjoy every moment.
But who knew that God had some other plans?
Cash was a generous spirit who cared about others and so he wanted to donate his organ. By donating his heart, liver kidneys and pancreas he was able to save the life of four other children and this is how he inspired many other people with his story and his spirit.
Cash Michael Rapp Obituary
Cash was a 12-year-old boy who died on December 22, 2020, at the University of Iowa Hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest. He was experiencing breathing difficulties and low oxygen levels so he was admitted to the hospital a few days earlier. He was put on a ventilator and a heart-lung machine but his condition showed no improvement. Everyone prayed for his recovery but his heart and lungs were badly damaged and cannot be recovered. Later he passed away peacefully surrounded by his family. Now he is remembered by 1000 people who were touched by his story and his spirit.