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I'm No Lou Gehrig, but...

Posted by Martin Lukaszewski on Friday, July 11, 2014, In : Living 
It was seventy-five years ago last Friday, that Lou Gehrig stepped away from baseball with an iconic speech he delivered at Yankee Stadium. "Today, I consider myself to be the luckiest man on the face of the earth."

Today, I feel the same.

Lou Gehrig played seventeen years for the Yankees. Tonight and tomorrow marks the seventeenth year of my performing as a disc jockey at the Bridgman Fireman's Street Dance. It will also mark my last event as a DJ.

You always desire to make a difference in the...
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How Lucky You Can Be

Posted by Martin Lukaszewski on Thursday, May 15, 2014, In : Faith 

Part of my morning routine includes looking through various "news" web sites gleaming information to feed my brain. This morning was different. I hesitated for a second when I read the headline, Legendary Coach in Hospice.

This pause moved me to look. You might say looking through the obituaries everyday is a morbid habit, but nonetheless it is a routine that allows me to reflect on the lives of many I have known; some personally, others from afar. This story, though, caused me to appreciate...

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My Angel My Hero 

This is the unedited version of a video that I completed for My Angel My Hero, a non-profit whose mission is to bring awareness towards different social causes such as Parkinson's disease. Here is my story of how faith and my wife are my angel and my hero.




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Martin Lukaszewski In January 2014, I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. In this blog I will share with you the silver linings of knowing where my life is going, what are my hopes for my future, and how I spend each day.


Jean Lukaszewski I am a Hospice Nurse and have had many patients who endured Parkinson's disease.My plan is to share with you my experiences not as a nurse, but as a wife who with her husband encounter this disease.









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