Byrne '93 Fighting a Heroic War
Kevin Byrne was given a terrible break in life out of the blue. Kevin was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 1999, while serving overseas in command of a U.S. Army Air Cavalry Troop. Born and raised in New York City, he is now medically retired and lives in Portland, Oregon with his daughter, Eleanor. He now fights a heroic nationwide war against a disease inflecting himself and nearly 500,000 Americans.
Every day he courageously strives to turn that bad luck around in a way that ultimately will free millions of Americans and let them declare victory over MS. Kevin wages his personal nationwide war in a thoroughly unique way—through his Never Stop… Never Quit… line of books—including the forthcoming novel Moments.
Fully 100 percent of the royalties Kevin earns from his books go to assist the National MS Society. To date, Kevin has raised more than $700,000 to help free Americans from the scourges of this terrifying, debilitating disease. With MS now impacting nearly a half-million Americans and additional millions of family members—and 200 new cases diagnosed each week—Kevin's heroic nationwide war is a inspiring call to urgent action.