GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - The co-founder of Amway Corporation and owner of the Orlando Magic is recovering after having a mild stroke last month.
Rich DeVos suffered the condition on Aug. 19 in Grand Rapids.
The 86-year-old was admitted to a Spectrum Health hospital for tests and evaluation.
The Grand Rapids native was released on Aug. 21 and is in good condition.
This is the second time DeVos has suffered a mild stroke. The previous incident occurred at his home in 1992, resulting in numbness in his left hand and left foot.
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