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      Corrie Trattner remembers her husband, Henry Hasenbush.

      Henry was initially diagnosed in 2015, and it was confirmed the following year. He was a social person who loved to travel, go to restaurants and museums, and converse with others to learn about their lives. He worked compassionately with the mentally ill, was a loving father to two daughters. Even in his final days, when he could barely whisper, he expressed love for his wife, daughters and grandchildren.

      In Corrie’s words “Parkinson’s robbed him of all his capacities and me of my sweet husband. But Parkinson’s couldn’t steal his love for others or my love for him.

      Corrie, thank you for celebrating your husband and sharing your story with us.

      Now back to our PD Community: How has this story resonated with you?

      To read the rest of Corrie and Henry’s story, click here.

      Our #30DaysOfPD initiative is running for the entire month of April. Each day, we are featuring a different story, and a different view of life with PD. To read all of the stories, visit our website.

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