Celebrate special occasions, honor someone living with Parkinson's disease or remember a loved one. A Tribute Page gives family and friends a lasting place to share memories and support a cure for Parkinson's.
By: The Paddock Family
Robert Paddock, or "Uncle Bob" as he was known to many, is remembered as always taking care of those around him. A loving husband and father, he passed away just shy of his 75th birthday after living with Parkinson's disease for 15 years. Robert — the valedictorian of his high school class — was a man of few, but wise, words. He is celebrated for his loyalty, dry humor and appreciation of time spent with friends and family.
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