West Allis, WI, June 8, 2021 – With military history within their family, race car drivers Dalton Zehr & John Beale are teaming up with The Paralyzed Veterans of America Wisconsin Chapter on Father’s Day weekend to salute four paralyzed Veterans. The relationship between these two organizations started earlier this year when The Beale Foundation donated an all-terrain wheelchair to Cody Becker, 32, of Salem, Wisconsin. He is a paraplegic due to a motor vehicle accident that occurred while on active duty during his service in 2008. The all-terrain power wheelchair has changed his life, allowing him to access his large property and the outdoors in ways that he hasn’t been able to do since his injury. Christopher White, CPL, US Marine Corp (Retired), Cody Becker, PFC, US Army (Retired), Ken Ness, USAFA ’78 & Scott Griffith, CW2, US Army (Retired) names will be displayed on Dalton Zehr’s #119 Super Late Model during the ARCA Midwest Tour Father’s Day 100 at the Milwaukee Mile on Sunday, June 20th, 2021. “It’s an honor to have these names displayed on my race car and hopefully we can take them to victory lane at the Milwaukee Mile” stated Dalton Zehr who is the 2018 ARCA Midwest Tour Champion. Track Enterprises, Inc. & ARCA Midwest Tour are also honoring the Veterans by having them involved in the pre-race opening ceremonies.
Photo Credit: TJ Harron
For more information about Paralyzed Veterans of America Visit: www.wisconsinpva.org
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