Tom Gantt of Calabash, N.C. (left), who has Parkinson’s disease, boxes for exercise with trainer Amos Collins, wrestling coach at North Myrtle Beach High School in Leland, N.C., and personal friend Whit Brown.
Tom Gantt of Calabash, N.C. (left), who has Parkinson’s disease, boxes for exercise with trainer Amos Collins, wrestling coach at North Myrtle Beach High School in Leland, N.C., and personal friend Whit Brown. Submitted photo
Tom Gantt of Calabash, N.C. (left), who has Parkinson’s disease, boxes for exercise with trainer Amos Collins, wrestling coach at North Myrtle Beach High School in Leland, N.C., and personal friend Whit Brown. Submitted photo

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