Wife warns about adult family homes after husband’s death
OLYMPIA -- Four years have passed since Marlene Nicholson's husband. Larry. died. “He was just fun. He laughed a lot and we both loved dancing together. He was honest and worked hard and played hard, too,” said Marlene. The couple was married for 54 years and they raised three children together. As time passed, Larry's health began to deteriorate. When he was in his early 70s, he developed what's called frontal temporal dementia, a condition that made it harder to talk, eat, and balance.