OMF – Wyc Grousbeck matches every dollar up to $50,000 in the final hour of OMF; Dana-Farber patients Gabbi Stewart, Joey Segreve and family, Kasha Waslyak, and Dr. Ann Partridge

Ordway, Merloni and Fauria
Tuesday, August 20th
Hour 4: In the final hour of the OMF portion of day one of The WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon, Glenn, Lou and Christian are joined by:

Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck, who pledges $25,000 from the Shamrock Foundation to the Jimmy Fund and matches every dollar up to $50,000 total. Wyc also talks to OMF about the Celtics’ wild offseason, what went wrong with the Celtics last year, and how NBA free agency is different than other sports.

18-year old Gabbi Stewart, who already beat leukemia and a relapse as an infant but had her right leg amputated last year after doctors found a tumor in her right foot. Gabbi leaves for college in a few weeks and is ready to live a normal life.

Breast cancer patient Kasha Waslyak and Dr. Ann Partridge, who discuss Kasha’s diagnosis and advancements in treating breast cancer in younger women.

2-year old Joey Segreve and parents Corinne and Steve, who discuss Joey’s diagnosis with a Wilms tumor at only 17 months old.