REPORT: Country Star Is On HOSPICE After Devastating Diagnosis


Legendary country music star was just placed on hospice after recieving terrible diagnosis.

It was just a couple of weeks ago that we found out that the beautiful singer/songwriter Lari White has been diagnosed with cancer. Meanwhile, her family just released a heartbreaking statement to share that she is officially going home on hospice

She has been undergoing many treatments after being diagnosed, but unfortunately her body isn’t responding to the medication. Furthermore, Lari released a statement sharing about the diagnosis a while back and we were all so shocked and heartbroken.

“The surgery revealed advanced Peritoneal Cancer. Since then a series of complications including pain management, pneumonia and a bowel obstruction requiring emergency surgery has kept me in and out of the hospital fighting for my life,” she wrote. “This is, of course, my focus for the foreseeable future.”

She had hopes for a long future, but it doesn’t look like that’s the case for White. It was late Friday night that her mother shared the heartbreaking news. Lari is going to be placed in a hospice facility in Nashville.

There, they will make her comfortable and quite as she is surrounded by her family and loved ones for the last days of her life.

“Last night Lari was admitted to a wonderful Hospice facility here in Nashville, where she has all the Care she needs to make her comfortable and quiet for this part of the Journey, and where she is completely surrounded by loving family… Chuck, the children, her sister and brother, nephew and sisters-in-law, Mother and Father,” Yvonne White wrote. “The staff is excellent: kind, caring and competent.  We are thankful, and grateful to God for the miracle of Hospice Care. Because of the way this superb program is designed,  we have been able to Be There for her…to pray, to sing, to read to her, to love on her…and each other. Her sister (an experienced Hospice Chaplain from Seattle) was able to spend the night with her. Thank you, Hospice.”


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