Foster has been entertaining the audience of 1650 The Fan for several years. If you’re a listener, you well know that he is also a Leukemia survivor. Following treatments and a bone marrow transplant which put him into remission many years ago, Foster has battled many health conditions that have come his way due to GvHD, a condition not unfamiliar to bone marrow transplant cases. His wife Diane has been his caregiver, chauffeur, and companion throughout this journey. A breast cancer survivor, Diane is a strong women who has stood by Foster throughout his health challenges. Now, Foster and Diane are facing the unthinkable. Recently, Diane had issues with fatigue and shortness of breath. Anticipating a heart, pneumonia, or asthma diagnosis, the Fosters were punched with a diagnosis of Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer which caused liters of fluid to build around her lungs. While at Mayo for Diane’s testing, Foster also had routine follow up testing done, which ultimately revealed that his Leukemia was no longer in remission. In addition to his family, this news rocked all of us at Coloff Media who work closely with them. While treatment options are still being determined, the Fosters will be spending a substantial time commuting back and forth from their home in Waverly to Mayo Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota. The staff of 1650 The Fan and Coloff Media established this fund to help offset the Fosters’ expenses for food, fuel, and lodging throughout this difficult journey. If you’ve been touched by the Foster’s or this story, please consider donating.