CRAWFORD | Denny Crum hospitalized in Alaska, said to be doing well
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – College of Louisville Corridor of Fame basketball coach Denny Crum has been hospitalized in Alaska after what docs suspect might have been a light stroke, in line with Louisville radio station WFPL.
His spouse, Susan Sweeney Crum, informed the general public radio station that Crum is doing nicely and present process exams after turning into unwell whereas fishing. She stated he was airlifted to Windfall Hospital in Anchorage on Wednesday.
Susan Crum stated her husband might be launched from the hospital as early as this weekend if his exams go properly, given the development in his situation.
Crum coached the Cardinals for 30 years, profitable two nationwide championships. He was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Corridor of Fame in 1994.
Since his retirement in 2001, Crum has labored as a particular assistant to the U of L president, aiding in college fundraising efforts, and showing at numerous features on the varsity’s behalf. He additionally has been an lively philanthropist since his retirement from teaching, internet hosting an annual profit for cystic fibrosis analysis, in addition to different causes.
The courtroom in Freedom Corridor was formally christened “Denny Crum Courtroom” in 2007, and as soon as this system moved into the KFC Yum! Middle, the courtroom there has borne his identify.
Crum, who compiled a profession document of 675 wins and 275 losses, turned eighty final March.