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The TUC team is proud to announce that we have partnered with AgrAbility and are now part of The Toolbox! AgrAbility’s Toolbox is a database of equipment, technology, and even information for farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural workers with disabilities. To see our listing, visit: Agrability Toolbox
Indiana native Charles “Chuck” Lee began his Army career with the 82nd Airborne in 1988 before completing his training as an Army Ranger in 1990. Throughout his career he was deployed to both Panama, and later Iraq. After the Iraq deployment he enlisted in the US Army National Guard and served from 1991-1997. After nine years of service to our country, Chuck retired in 1997 on full disability as a result of both his time as a paratrooper and later exposure to chemical weapons in Iraq. As his health worsened, he spent time hospitalized from 2000-2005. As a result of his hospitalization, and the pain and disabilities that Chuck experienced post-service, he dedicates his time and energies to the service of others. He continues to volunteer for numerous activities and causes for disabled and wounded veterans.
An interview with Chuck Lee, our Director of Veteran Affairs
Every once in a while someone comes along that changes your perception of the world around you and makes you want to be a better person. Charles Lee, or Chuck as he’s known to his friends, is one of those rare people. He’s a quiet man, but he speaks with a steady, sure voice. It’s this steadfast, yet passionate heart for others that led him to the military, and it led him to act as an advocate for those who get overlooked in society.
Last month, we introduced you to the exciting changes to Ring-Co’s tracked utility carrier (TUC) and the way the new changes will make its users’ lives safer, more versatile, and even more fun! But in true Ring-Co fashion, we wanted you to hear about the 2018 TUC directly from a member of our team.