Jun 13, 2019 6:00 PM
Chris Dacus
What I learned walking 1,600 miles with Parkinson's Disease

Chris Dacus moved to Hawaii in 1993. Within a year he married a local girl and never looked back. Chris is an award winning landscape architect. He has  worked for HDOT completing designs for Fort Weaver Road and Nimitz Highway. He also worked at the City & County  working on high profile park projects at Thomas Square and Ala Moana Regional Park . He retired in 2016 due to Parkinson’s Disease. Chris now devoted his time to photography and improving the life of people with Parkinson’s.

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