Brytons Home Improvement decided to join the national movement of Baths for the Brave because it wanted to thank a veteran for serving this country. Brytons chose Richard Paylor as the recipient of a new shower. To learn more about Paylor, see his story below.
United States Army Veteran
Richard Paylor is from Leasburg, North Carolina. He served in the U.S. Army from 1965 to 1967, where he was stationed in South Korea to guard the border from North Korean missile strikes.
Paylor was shocked to learn he had been selected as Bryton’s veteran for this year’s Baths for the Brave shower remodel.
“Being able to have my shower remodeled from its original 1974 style to something more accessible and up to date is incredible,” said Paylor. “This will allow me to keep my independence longer and not have to worry about falls for me or my wife.”
Paylor is currently disabled and lives with his wife Mary. They have two grown children together named Catherine and LaToya
– Richard Paylor
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