Navy Seal Bo Reichenbach and his wife knew that they wanted to help 5-year-old Jaelynn Peterson the moment they saw her.
Jaelynn was paralyzed at just 20 months old after a tragic accident, but much of the mobility that was lost do to her paralyzation was returned Monday through the gift of a new Action TrackChair.
Many are familiar with the story of Navy Seal Bo Reichenbach and how, while serving our country, lost both his legs from the knee down and sustained multiple injuries after an encounter with an IED on July 17, 2012.
“I saw her and she was the cutest little girl ever and it brought tears to my eyes and I knew I had to do something,” said Reichenbach. “The community of Billings has helped us out and wrapped their arms around our family, and you know I’ve been taken care of pretty well and so I thought it was time that I give back.”
The couple gave back with a chair built just for Jaelynn, outfit with the latest in outdoor gadgets, some of which included gun rack, tackle box and fishing pole holder.
Story courtesy of Jason Laird, Q2 KTVQ.