Outpouring of Gratitude.

I m suffering from a very rare and nasty disease (primary autoimmune hemolytic anemia) there is no known cure or cause. My Doctor recommended treatments of chemotherapy to hopefully force it into remission. That was when my problems began, the PEI dept of health denied coverage for this expensive treatment. Costs vary from $17000 $20.000 certainly more than I could afford on my pension. I immedialely applied through the Royal Canadian Legion who in turn passed my naval records on to the UK. With in a matter of days the.Royal British Legion and the Royal Naval Benevolent Trust provided approximately $10.000 in aid. I was so pleasantly surprised and even more grateful. My eleven years service had been immediately recognized and responded too. Knowing help was at hand made a huge difference in my life. However to date nothing forthcoming from Royal Canadian Legion.? I have served 12 years RCNR have been a RCL member for some thirty years filling most executive positions including chairman of the branch Poppy fund. However it’s early days so I will wait and see. So far no local member has visited no fruit basket and no get well card nor phone call.???  


About irishroverpei

Author of "Lily & Me", "The Royal Navy & Me" and Chapter XXl Armageddon. Writer, blogger and RN Submariner, antique automobile enthusiast.
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