True Heroism is Not a Matter of Chance, it's a Matter of Choice
– Peter C. Lemon
There Is A Hero In All Of Us
– Peter C. Lemon
Whether the mission of your next event is to energize your membership, honor your employees, praise your graduates, ignite your sales force or elevate your professional relationships, and you desire a dignitary that will transform the occasion into a celebration never to be forgotten, then Peter C. Lemon is your choice. He brings out the best in all of us!
Peter C. Lemon is a surviving recipient of America’s highest award: ‘The Congressional Medal of Honor’. It was presented by the President of the United States in 1971.
Vastly outnumbered in a fierce enemy attack in Vietnam, Mr. Lemon assisted in saving the lives of his team. From the official citation, although wounded numerous times, he refused to be evacuated until the enemy had retreated and his injured comrades were airlifted to safety.
Mr. Lemon dedicates his award and pays tribute to all those who served in his unit, most importantly the three comrades they lost in the battle for which he received the award: Casey Waller, Nathan Mann and Brent Street. Mr. Lemon believes, “..if it wasn’t for them, my E Company RECON team and all those on FSB Illingworth, I certainly wouldn’t be alive today. For this I’m eternally grateful.”
Join the hundreds of thousands who have been inspired, challenged and encouraged by Mr. Lemon. When you hire Mr. Lemon you’ll be in good company.
Personal Stories Short Stories by Peter C. Lemon ; Personal Story No. 7 | 8 minute read …it’s the fall of ’92. I’m up. I stride towards the batter’s box. I kick my cleats in a couple of times to get planted for the first pitch. Swinging the bat to loosen up, I...read more
Personal Stories Short Stories by Peter C. Lemon ; Personal Story No. 6 | 8 minute read This isn’t just my story. It’s representative of the millions of other Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine and Coast Guard recruits being inducted and trained to serve our country....read more
Personal Stories Short Stories by Peter C. Lemon ; Personal Story No. 5 | 6 minute read The Singing Bridge Grocery Store and Café was located about six miles south of Alabaster and named after the Singing Bridge that spanned the east branch of the Au Gres River...read more
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