Ken Leong

Our brother Ken Leong is the reserve Officer who contracted Covid-19. He is currently in ICU being treated. His wife asked that we put this out and is asking for us all to pray for him during this time.

15 thoughts on “Ken Leong

  1. Hi Ken,

    Hope you are feeling better. Please let em know if I can help in anyway.

  2. To Kenny, Kit, Kevin, Sarah and family: Just saw the notification re: covid-19 and want you to know that y’all are in our prayers. God Bless, from Ken & Carol Yules

  3. Thinking of you, Ken. Asking for God’s healing of your body and His protection, strength & comfort for you & your family ( and I’m guessing beautiful grandchild.)

  4. Ken,
    You have always been an officer and a gentleman. You are in my family’s thoughts and prayers. Remember, we are warriors with that warrior fight in us. You keep that fight in you with the faith of your medical team and we will keep those prayers coming your way. I know Our Lord will look after you and your family.

    Fraternally,
    Mike

  5. May God bless you and your family Brother Ken. We will keep you in our prayers.
    Marv Lewis

  6. Ken

    Fight it fellow officer and know we are praying for you. And hey, you picked the right Saint to be with you. The Best. Mike Egan #1142

  7. Hang in there Ken. We are praying for you and your family. How in the heck did you get such a beautiful little one?

    Rich and Penny Couser

  8. Best of luck with this one. Pray your symptoms are mild or better yet, nonexistent. Speedy recovery and get out there and protect those old retired guys.

    Ron Evans

  9. Okay, brother. Let’s kick this thing and get back to 110%

    Will be thinking of you. (This notification caught me completely by surprise. Not sure if I’m glad I opened it, but at least now that I’m on board, I’m pullin’ for you, champ.)

  10. I certainly will pray for him and your whole family-I know what you are going through as I spent two weeks in ICU with my husband so I know what you are going through.

  11. I remember that Ken was a Sergant. He must have become a Reserve when he retired,

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