Settled into his comfortable chair in the television room of his Broomall, Pensylvania, home, Philadelphia Inquirer sports columnist emeritus Bill Lyon is handed the TV remote by his wife of 52 years, Ethel, for a few hours of soap operas and game shows on May 17, 2016. Lyon was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease three years ago and continues to lead an active life.
Settled into his comfortable chair in the television room of his Broomall, Pensylvania, home, Philadelphia Inquirer sports columnist emeritus Bill Lyon is handed the TV remote by his wife of 52 years, Ethel, for a few hours of soap operas and game shows on May 17, 2016. Lyon was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease three years ago and continues to lead an active life. Clem Murray TNS
Settled into his comfortable chair in the television room of his Broomall, Pensylvania, home, Philadelphia Inquirer sports columnist emeritus Bill Lyon is handed the TV remote by his wife of 52 years, Ethel, for a few hours of soap operas and game shows on May 17, 2016. Lyon was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease three years ago and continues to lead an active life. Clem Murray TNS

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