On a very different, and very special, edition of the “The Rush Limbaugh Show,” Kathryn Limbaugh announced that the millions of Americans who welcomed the late conservative icon into their homes and lives will have a chance to bid him farewell.
Rush Limbaugh died on Wednesday of cancer at the age of 70. Last February, the legendary broadcaster told his supporters he had advanced lung cancer but remained on the radio as he battled the disease, with his appearances growing fewer as the disease progressed.
His widow, Kathryn, made an appearance on the show Monday, speaking to callers and revealing a virtual memorial service for her husband will be held at a later date.
“It’s been a very difficult time, as it probably has been for everyone who’s listened all these years. But we know that Rush is in a good place. He’s in Heaven. He’s looking down on us,