Paul Byrne retired from the military after many tours overseas to represent Canada's peace keeping efforts for 25 years, including many missions with the United Nations rising to the rank of Master Corporal. After being honorably discharged for medical reasons inflicted during his years of service, Paul retired. While riding his motorcycle in Cambridge, Ontario on December 3, 2018, he was hit by a car and lost his lower left leg. He now has to learn to stand, walk, shower, and relearn many of the basic functions of daily life that we all take for granted. Let's stand together and help Paul get back the life he deserves. The road to recovery will be long and difficult, and will require a lot of modifications to his home, wheelchairs, ramps, etc. He spent 25 years standing up for us....let's stand for Paul now!
- John teague
- Phil Ferguson
- PPCLI Association Manitoba NW Ont Branch
- Shawn Boroumand
- Tom Johnston