William H.A. Willbond MSM, CD


A retired Piklee soldier who jumped out of planes,
Trapper rides his big bike in the sun and the rain.
He travels the roadways all across our Great Nation.
Supporting the world’s needy it’s the CAV’s reputation.

Each Canadian Army Veterans’ Motorcycle Unit’s Vest
Has sewn on it the ICROSS CANADA humanitarian crest.
Canada’s National President, is our Trapper Paul Cane
Who organizes our fundraisers again and again.

Helping buy a HIV AIDS, blood measuring CD4 Machine,
Surgical Equipment, a sterilizer has given us the means
To help to save many lives along Malawi’s big lake.
We loaded medical supplies that to Engodzi we’d take.

Giving eyesight to children, Paul organized the raising of cash.
Trapper meets the C130’s wearing maroon beret and sash.
The CAV stands at attention as the fallen they come home.
And they salute the coffins when they hear the bugle’s tone.

Author’s Note: God bless you Trapper Cane and all members of the CAV who care for and share with the children of War, the HIV and AIDS orphans, the child survivors of natural disasters, the blind children of Tanzania, our feed the hungry programme at Kajiado, and for helping us send PHYSICIANS TRAVEL PACKS to Haiti. Thank you from the National Patron of ICROSS CANADA Gen Lew MacKenzie and all DIRECTORS of ICROSS CANADA from coast to coast.