St. Jude boy, Hudson Pace dies following 2-year battle with leukemia

After two years of fighting leukemia, St. Jude patient Hudson Pace, 14, returned home Ballard County, Kentucky. Hudson died not long after getting back home.

He was greeted by the people of LaCenter with a parade of tractors and by those who had assembled to show their support. He arrived via ambulance.

Hudson has been a patient at St. Jude since February 10, 2021, when he received his initial leukemia diagnosis.

Even though he’s been at the hospital, he reportedly has had a significant influence on his neighborhood.

Just the neighborhood, he enters the diner where I work at the Co-Op where I am standing. Haley Bohn, a member of Hudson’s family, says of him, “He’s simply a tremendous part of our town.

We are informed that Hudson put up a valiant battle but that all therapeutic alternatives had been used. Just before 6 o’clock, family members notified Local 6 of his passing.

Locals claim that the 14-year-old loved the outdoors and simply being a country boy.

He cherished farming. That young man made farming his livelihood. Seriously, boy. He enjoyed being with his buddies, riding four-wheelers, and making them laugh, according to Bohn.

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