Tyler Pelke

A survivor of violent crime, sexual assault, having his throat slit, being set on fire and left to die, Tyler still stands. Despite sustaining 3rd degree burns to 25% of his body, he became a professional Firefighter/Paramedic. Today he serves as the Deputy Chief of Operations, Training & Logistics with Red Deer Emergency Services where he has the honor of leading over 160 highly dedicated Firefighter/Paramedics and is currently completing his Bachelor of Public Safety Administration. Further to his career in Emergency Services, he is also a member Canada Task Force II (one of 5 national disaster response teams within Canada), where he has had the opportunity to serve in Incident Command / Emergency Operation Center roles at the 2011 Slave Lake Wildfire, the 2013 Calgary Floods and the 2017 Fort McMurray Wildfire.

SUBSCRIBE below and listen as Chuck and Clint sit down with Tyler as he tells his personal story about his travels all around North America and how he has gone from victim to survivor and thriver.

Wanna learn more about Thriving through Adversity, Crisis Leadership and Exploring Forgiveness? Visit Tyler's website below.

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