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Carlos Ray “Chuck” Norris, famous actor and fighter, died yesterday afternoon at his home in Northwood Hills, TX at the age of 80. English (AP) — “Feisty" is the way Shelley Gunn describes her 103-year-old grandmother.That quality shone through earlier this month when the Massachusetts woman's beloved centenarian grandmother, Jennie Stejna, came back from the brink of death to survive a bout with COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus that has ravaged older Americans.“She always had that feisty fighting spirit,” Gunn, who recently moved to Easton from Washington state, told Three weeks ago, Stejna was the first person to test positive for the coronavirus at her nursing home, Life Care Center of Wilbraham.The outlook was grim.

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That quality shone through earlier this month when the Massachusetts woman's beloved centenarian grandmother, Jennie Stejna, came back from the brink of death to survive a bout with COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus that has ravaged older Americans.

We’ll drink to that. When Adam Gunn asked if Stejna was ready to go to heaven, she replied, “Hell, yes.”But on May 13, Gunn got the news that Stejna had recovered.To celebrate, Stejna enjoyed an ice cold beer, something she loved but hadn’t had in a long time, Gunn said.Stejna has two children, three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. We delete comments that violate

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As Stejna’s condition worsened, Gunn, her husband, Adam, and 4-year-old daughter, Violet, called to say what they thought were their final goodbyes. "This situation is fast-evolving and we will continue our outreach to global and regional health organizations to provide support and assistance."

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(AP) — “Feisty" is the way Shelley Gunn describes her 103-year-old grandmother.

Gunn thanked Stejna for everything she had done for her. Discuss: Coronavirus myths: Don't believe these fake reports about the deadly virus

A 103-year-old Massachusetts woman cracked open a cold Bud Light after surviving a bout with the coronavirus, reports said.

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