From one veteran to another


On Dec. 14 the American Legion Post 25 Riders met with Carrie Mason, the granddaughter of the late PFC Raymond Perkins, a WWII veteran who served in the army and was a Purple Heart recipient. Carrie has a rare brittle bone disease requiring her to be wheelchair dependent. Carrie only had a manual wheelchair, making it very difficult to enjoy certain circumstances of everyday living. Fortunate for the Legion Riders, an electric wheelchair was donated by Cheri Mikol and Mike Stritenberger, the children of the late James Stritenberger, who was also a WWII veteran who served in the Air Force.

On Dec. 14 the American Legion Post 25 Riders met with Carrie Mason, the granddaughter of the late PFC Raymond Perkins, a WWII veteran who served in the army and was a Purple Heart recipient. Carrie has a rare brittle bone disease requiring her to be wheelchair dependent. Carrie only had a manual wheelchair, making it very difficult to enjoy certain circumstances of everyday living. Fortunate for the Legion Riders, an electric wheelchair was donated by Cheri Mikol and Mike Stritenberger, the children of the late James Stritenberger, who was also a WWII veteran who served in the Air Force.


On Dec. 14 the American Legion Post 25 Riders met with Carrie Mason, the granddaughter of the late PFC Raymond Perkins, a WWII veteran who served in the army and was a Purple Heart recipient. Carrie has a rare brittle bone disease requiring her to be wheelchair dependent. Carrie only had a manual wheelchair, making it very difficult to enjoy certain circumstances of everyday living. Fortunate for the Legion Riders, an electric wheelchair was donated by Cheri Mikol and Mike Stritenberger, the children of the late James Stritenberger, who was also a WWII veteran who served in the Air Force.

On Dec. 14 the American Legion Post 25 Riders met with Carrie Mason, the granddaughter of the late PFC Raymond Perkins, a WWII veteran who served in the army and was a Purple Heart recipient. Carrie has a rare brittle bone disease requiring her to be wheelchair dependent. Carrie only had a manual wheelchair, making it very difficult to enjoy certain circumstances of everyday living. Fortunate for the Legion Riders, an electric wheelchair was donated by Cheri Mikol and Mike Stritenberger, the children of the late James Stritenberger, who was also a WWII veteran who served in the Air Force.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/01/web1_img093.jpgOn Dec. 14 the American Legion Post 25 Riders met with Carrie Mason, the granddaughter of the late PFC Raymond Perkins, a WWII veteran who served in the army and was a Purple Heart recipient. Carrie has a rare brittle bone disease requiring her to be wheelchair dependent. Carrie only had a manual wheelchair, making it very difficult to enjoy certain circumstances of everyday living. Fortunate for the Legion Riders, an electric wheelchair was donated by Cheri Mikol and Mike Stritenberger, the children of the late James Stritenberger, who was also a WWII veteran who served in the Air Force.