Hobo Jim Death – A vocalist lyricist who performed under the name Hobo Jim — died on Tuesday, under three weeks after he reported a terminal malignancy finding, a companion said.
Varsos, 68, declared on Sept. 18 that he was relied upon to have three to a half years to live. He passed on Tuesday in his Nashville, Tennessee, home with his significant other, said his companion Charlie Weimer.
Varsos drew enthusiasts of any age with his fiery exhibitions and clear enthusiasm for engaging, Weimer said.
He came to Alaska in 1972 and fell head over heels for the Kenai Peninsula, at last getting comfortable Soldotna, as indicated by news chronicles. Varsos was a functioning outdoorsman and a nonconformist who was enchanted by the Alaska way of life, Weimer said. He visited around the state and nation, giving crowds Outside a brief look at life in Alaska before the web existed.
Varsos encountered an exceptional aggravation while performing at the current year’s Alaska State Fair that deteriorated during an exhibition in Wyoming, he wrote in a Facebook post. He was determined to have the end-stage disease after he got back to Tennessee, he composed.
A GoFundMe had raised around $53,000 by Wednesday evening for Varsos’ significant other.
Stories and recollections of Varsos’ exhibitions were posted across online media after he died Tuesday.