Julie Anne Nichols
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Thank you from the Nichols Family

Posted on October 27, 2013 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

To Tommy Dubuque and the Comal County Parkinson's support group--Thank you for giving us a support group that will make a difference in the lives of families affected by Parkinson's and in our family.  We feel right at home, and we love the God-centered, family atmosphere.  We look forward to attending in the future.  The guidance and support of each person is appreciated.  Sincerely, Julie Nichols--Young Onset PWP, age 42

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 The 3rd Annual Loftin Equipment Benefit Car, Truck and Bike Show was held on Saturday, November 3rd was a complete success! On the behalf of the Lone Star Parkinson Society, thank you! The organizing and volunteers of Brent Stephens, Loftin employees and corporate partners was incredible. This is the third year LSPS has benefited from the Loftin Equipment Car Show and it has gotten bigger and better each year. Loftin Equipment Company enables LSPS to maintain and even expand programs for People with Parkinson’s Disease.

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