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Bryn Parry, the co-founder of the UK charity Help For Heroes, has inspired Prince Harry to write a very moving message in his honor.

On Wednesday, a statement written by the royal was posted on the Twitter account for the Invictus Games Foundation just hours after Harry’s attendance at King Charles’s coronation was confirmed.

 

Prince Harry paid a moving tribute to Bryn
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“Today is a truly sad day for the military community as we say goodbye to a man who, with the help of his wife, completely transformed the UK charity sector for the benefit of those who have served,” it read.

“When thousands of veterans and their families needed it most, his vision, tenacity, and brilliance gave them a lifeline.

“Those who follow him will always be in a better position as a result of his actions.”

“Bryn Parry, we salute you,” he continued. We all want to express our gratitude for the lives saved, the assistance provided, and the community sparked.

 

 

“Help for Heroes carries on your legacy. We will continue to love and respect your family.

Harry’s heartfelt remembrance followed his brother Prince William’s personal tweet honoring Brynn.

“Deeply saddened to learn of Bryn Parry’s passing. His work with @HelpforHeroes made a difference to so many people, and its ongoing effects will be his legacy as a life-affirming, inspirational man. I’m sending his family and friends my condolences. The heir wrote, “W.”

Pancreatic cancer took Bryn Parry’s life on Wednesday at the age of 67.

After ten years of service with The Royal Green Jackets, he established charities and became a cartoonist.

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Bryn Parry passed away this week
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After visiting injured soldiers in hospitals, he and his wife Emma made the decision to found the nonprofit organization Help for Heroes in 2007. Since then, the charity is said to have assisted more than 25,000 service members who suffered injuries while performing their duties.

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