Do you want to know more about Parkinson's? PDF's materials provide information about symptoms, medications, resources & more.
PDF Joins the Parkinson's Community in Mourning the Loss of Margot Zobel
- Feb 01 2010
Note from PDF: "The Parkinson’s Disease Foundation joins in expressing sorrow for the loss of Margot’s vigorous voice and her magnanimous leadership on behalf of people with Parkinson’s disease," said Lewis Rowland, M.D., President of PDF. "We wish every comfort at this time to her daughter and her many friends."
Margot Zobel, the founder of the Parkinson’s Unity Walk, passed away on January 29, 2010. Some might say she lost her long and difficult battle with Parkinson’s, but her valiant effort to improve the lives of others who suffer with PD met with unquestioned triumph thousands of times over.
Margot’s life’s work stands as a testament to the power of one person to inspire others to action. In her quiet and dignified way she planted a seed in New York City that helped galvanize a diverse group of individuals with a shared illness into a vital, inclusive community around the world.
The Parkinson’s Unity Walk has become a shining example of what grass roots involvement can do to improve visibility, expand research and restore quality of life to millions who once felt powerless. We are indebted to Margot Zobel for her vision, strength and unwavering commitment in the face of a relentless adversary, Parkinson’s disease.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Parkinson’s Unity Walk in memory of Margot.
There will be a service for Margot at a later date. We will post the information on our site.
Source Date: Feb 01 2010
Source Publication: Unity Walk
View source URL