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Subject: Healthwatch: Baseball's Don Larsen enters hospice


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Date Posted: Tuesday, December 31, 05:02:51pm

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STATEMENT FROM SCOTT LARSEN, DECEMBER 25, 2019
On behalf of the Larsen family, my wife Nancy and I want to express our heartfelt appreciation to Don Larsenís many friends and fans who have reached out and contacted us in recent days concerning my father.
Shortly after returning from his annual August trip to St. Louis to attend the St. Louis Browns Historical Society gathering, dad was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. He immediately began a rigorous program of radiation therapy through Cancer Care Northwest. He recently completed that treatment regime.
My dad is keeping active, despite his age (90) and this continuing health challenge. He recently celebrated a 62nd wedding anniversary with my mother, Corrine, on December 7th at Caponeís, his favorite local restaurant in Hayden, Idaho.
Dad is continuing to reside in his home of over twenty-five years overlooking Windy Bay on his beloved Hayden Lake, where he has spent many joyful hours fishing, frequently with me and our sons, Justin and Cody.
My dad and the entire Larsen family are very grateful for the medical care he has received over these recent months through the Kootenai Medical Center and Cancer Care Northwest, as well as the current assistance he is receiving from Hospice of North Idaho. Dad is looking forward to the upcoming baseball season and hopes to attend Yankee spring training once again next year.

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Don Larsen, who pitched only perfect game in World Series history, dies at 90. ...NY Daily NewsWednesday, January 01, 07:47:22pm


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