P E T E R  C.  L E M O N
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

Mr. Lemon is a motivational speaker presenting to hundreds of corporate
and non-profit clients nationally.  He is also an author, sculptor and
documentarian.  An industry leader for thirty years, his companies
provided business insurance to over three thousand restaurants nationwide
and professional liability insurance for the 70,000 nurses of the National
Organization of Health Care Professionals and as a commercial general
contractor built convenience stores for Amoco, Exxon, Phillips, Conoco
and Diamond Shamrock.

Author of
Beyond the Medal, A Journey from Their Hearts to Yours and executive producer of the Emmy winning
Beyond the Medal of Honor, Mr. Lemon donated his book to the 32,000 secondary schools in the
United States and the documentary, with curriculum, to over 17,000 public and private high schools to inspire our
youth to become worthy citizens.

Mr. Lemon graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelors Degree in Speech (79') and was
conferred the Master of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of Northern Colorado (81')
where he also received the 'Humanitarian Alumni of the Year' award in 1998.  Mr. Lemon is an inductee in the
elite special operations 75th Rangers 'Ranger Hall of Fame'.

The President of the United States presented Mr. Lemon the prestigious 'Outstanding American by Choice'
award in a 2009 White House ceremony recognizing his life of professional achievement and civic contribution.