A Minnesota Twins legend’s legacy grew a bit more Saturday night. Harmon Killebrew was an advocate for hospice care. In honor of the late Killebrew, the nonprofit Children’s Lighthouse is working to open up the first hospice home for kids in Minnesota
Jack Zahr came to St. Thomas Academy out of college 36 years ago and ascended to the job of athletic director. Eleven days ago, a massive stroke left the 58-year-old in hospice care. The school’s leader died on Tuesday night, leaving an institution in shock, and a legacy not soon forgotten.
Baseball Hall-of-Famer and Twins organization coach Paul Molitor joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Thursday.
Minnesota Twins legend Harmon Killebrew says his “battle with esophageal cancer is coming to an end” and he is going to enter hospice care.
Family members say the Mahnomen County deputy shot in the line of duty last year is now in hospice care.