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Event aims to support Oshkosh man with Parkinson's

11:06 PM, May 16, 2013

It started as a tremor in his pinky finger.

Scott Robenolt, now 39, was filling out paperwork after his shift at N&M Transfer when he noticed the tremor. He assumed it was because of dehydration and not eating well during long hours at work.

He was wrong. ...

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