Inspiring story of wounded Canadian soldier told on W5


The Story of  Captain Trevor Greene

presented on CTV’s W5, Saturday, March 3, 2012

A love story embedded in tenacious courage and faith entitled, MARCH FORTH, co-authored by Trevor and Debbie Greene on book shelves this coming week.

Read more:

SIMON HAYTER FOR NATIONAL POSTW5: Baby Steps, part one

Trevor Greene came close to death after being attacked with an axe by a Taliban fighter in 2006. But as W5’s Sandi Rinaldo finds out, Greene and his wife Debbie Lepore have reason to celebrate six years after his debilitating injury.
 

W5: Baby Steps, part two

The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder that followed the brutal attack on Trevor Greene had him telling his wife to leave him at one point. Four years of painful surgery and therapy later, and Trevor and Debbie were standing beside one another on their wedding day.
 
Read story in the National Post, March 2, 2012 by Brian Hutchinson
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About Bonnie Toews and John Christiansen

Bonnie's Blog Posts invite our readers and free spirits everywhere to share life's adventures with us. I talk about writing my novels, reading books, chatting with other writers and John's and my journeys around the world. We welcome your anecdotes to our experiences and discussions.
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One Response to Inspiring story of wounded Canadian soldier told on W5

  1. Bonnie – Thank you for sharing this article with all of us. My heart and prayers go out to Trevor and Debbie as they continue to struggle with the aftermath of war. I can truly relate, yet the smile on their daughter’s face shows the hope this family is drawing from. My his baby steps one day turn into giant steps. God bless.

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