Today at the age of 27 – Aaron’s passion for the sport has led him to impact many people’s lives for the better. His infectious energy paired with his goofy humor makes it almost impossible not to love him.
A member of Heritage High School’s 1st graduating class in 2008, he also now holds an associates degree in social and behavioral science.
He currently serves as a performance coach for the Golden State Warriors, an AAU coach for East Bay Machine Basketball, a part- time referee, and has successfully launched his own basketball skills training program Run The Court (RTC).
Aaron Dalton is a powerhouse of the Bay Area. He has given so much to the sport he loves and to the people in his community.
Now I ask that we give what we can to him.
On October 25th my brother suffered a major blow to the head after a freak accident at work. He has been fighting for his life at John Muir hospital – enduring emergency surgery in order to repair his fractured skull and relieve the bleeding on his brain.
Battling off kidney failure, pneumonia, and multiple seizures, he continues to fight, his will to live stronger than ever. The road to recovery will be long, but his family and friends are with him for the long haul.
For anyone looking to help, please consider donating to his GoFundMe page. Our hope is to gather funds to not only pay for his medical expenses, but to also help him get back on his feet, whenever that time comes.
We thank you for all your love and prayers. His mother Nicola Dalton and father Michael Dalton are forever grateful.
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