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In November 2018, the oldest resident of the Texas Veterans Affairs Hospital in Austin died.
He was 94.
His son, Paul Tanner, told a Houston television station that his father was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2008.
The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, reported that the oldest patient there died last year.
Tanner is a former Marine who served as an intelligence officer in Vietnam.
The oldest person in the US to die at VA hospitals is 91.
The VA says it will release more information in coming weeks.
The US Department of Veterans Affairs has made the death of the oldest living veteran of the Vietnam War, a priority.
The agency has launched an investigation to identify the cause of his death, and said it would release the results of its findings to the public.
Tanner died of pneumonia at the Texas VA Medical Center on July 4, the Associated Press reported.
He had been at the hospital since June 24.
His father was at the VA facility at the time of his passing.
The elder Tanner was diagnosed in 2008 with Parkinson-type disease.
He lived in the Texas state capitol for 35 years, but was diagnosed as an old age-related disease at age 93.
He died in October.
He served in the Marines from 1972 to 1977 and served in Vietnam from 1968 to 1973.
His wife, Elizabeth, was diagnosed at age 79 with Alzheimer’s disease.
The older Tanner is survived by a son, David Tanner, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Texas Medical Branch.
In November 2018, the oldest resident of the Texas Veterans Affairs Hospital in Austin died.He was 94.His son, Paul Tanner,…
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