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Brain donations are vitally important in Alzheimer's research

7:26 AM, Jul. 24, 2013
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Mike Zielke was an avid sportsman, cross-country skier and competitive road and mountain biker. He also was a guy who never could keep a dry eye during the National Anthem and choked up when he said, "I love you."

"This guy was amazing," daughter Tricia Kissinger of Appleton said of Zielke. "Our family was impressed with his positive attitude and ability to keep a sense of humor. I think that because of his character, we were able to help Dad and each other through the many stages of Alzheimer's and revel in memories and every moment together."

Zielke, who was diagnosed with early onset ...

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