Zookeeper Jack Hanna Retires After Revealing Dementia Diagnosis
Jack Hanna, renowned zoologist and director emeritus of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, is retiring from public life following dementia diagnosis. His family shared the news that his condition, which they now believe to be Alzheimer's disease, has progressed rapidly leading to the decision to step away from his work. Hanna is 74-years-old. After making his television debut on Good Morning America in 1983, Hanna began to make regular visits to The Late Show with David Letterman (he joined Letterman a total of 102 times throughout the host's tenure on the show). Long story short, Hanna became a household name.More...
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