U.S. Coast Guard Station at Port Canaveral Honors Alby Power With Honorary Membership During Ceremony

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Alby was nearly killed when the truck he was driving was involved in a serious accident

At 17, Alby Powers had dreams of joining the U.S. Coast Guard after he graduated from high school. (Port Canaveral  image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – At 17, Alby Powers had dreams of joining the U.S. Coast Guard after he graduated from high school.

Life had other plans, Alby was nearly killed when the truck he was driving was involved in a serious accident, caused by a drunk driver, causing traumatic brain injury.

Twenty-three years later, Alby got his wish, as he was given honorary membership at a ceremony at the U.S. Coast Guard station at Port Canaveral.

Port Canaveral thanked the U.S. Coast Guard, retired USCG Admiral and Chairman of the Canaveral Port Authority Wayne Justice and the United Way for making this a special day for Alby.

Port Canaveral thanked the U.S. Coast Guard, retired USCG Admiral and Chairman of the Canaveral Port Authority Wayne Justice, above, and the United Way for making this a special day for Alby. (Port Canaveral image)
Twenty-three years later, Alby Powers got his wish, as he was given honorary membership at a ceremony at the USCG station at Port Canaveral. (Port Canaveral image)
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