At 67-years-old, retired history teacher Gary Treller, began having trouble urinating. For a couple of weeks he thought nothing of it.
It had been 11 years since 70-year-old James Moore, M.D., was first diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD).
During his major league career, John Odom pitched two all-star games, three World Series with the Oakland A’s, and a no-hitter against the Oakland A’s.
At 92-years-old Bernard Kessler has a lot of “heart.” Born and raised in Brooklyn, he was never the type of man to sit back and wait for things to happen.
At 85-years-old, Alda Gamm thought she had overcome all of life’s challenges.