Having grown up in Peabody, she remembers visiting Treadwell's for ice cream as a little girl.
"You can't beat the hot fudge sundaes," Latsis said.
Jim Pasquale of Lynn knew Gould's parents and is now a patient at the Cancer Center.
"Tom's an awesome kid, I've known him since he was a young boy," said Pasquale, who was enjoying a sundae with his daughter Mary Cole and wife, Barbara, on Monday.
This is Pasquale's second month of treatment after he was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer.
"It's an experience, but not as bad as I thought it might be," he said about the radiation. "It's a week of feeling lousy, and my curls are leaving (my hair)."
The radiation also quells his appetite, "but the one thing he still likes to eat is ice cream," his daughter said.
"We hit it just right having an appointment today," Pasquale said.
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