Officer Needs Assistance: DEA Agent Leon Lacey

Leon Lacey

A former co-worker and friend has gotten terrible news and needs our assistance.

Leon is not only a great law enforcement officer, he is a friend. He is a humble man of integrity and generosity & loyalty to others. He would go out of his way to help others and it is now time for us to assist him in his time of need.

Please help. Please pray. Please do whatever is in your heart to do.

Leon’s family, friends, and colleagues have come together as “TEAM LEON” a benefit event to help defray expenses and allow Leon to beat this disease.


Date:  May 23, 2013

Time: 6pm – 11pm

Location: FOP Lodge 1412 W. Washington Street, Chicago

$30.00 donation

Please call Joy at (708) 609-3833 or Phil at (312) 296-6116 to have your donation/contribution collected or with any questions.

Checks can be made payable to “Leon Lacey” and sent to “Team Leon” @ 311 South Wille Street, Mount Prospect, IL 60056.
In early January 2013, Leon thought he pinched a nerve in his upper back after working out. He went to a back specialist who, after an X-ray, couldn’t detect any problem. A week later, still having some
pain, which radiated around to the front of his chest, Leon went to his primary doctor and asked for a chest X-ray. The X-ray revealed a 4.2cm by 4.3cm cancer mass in his left lung. Further testing revealed that the cancer metastasized to his liver, upper spine, lower spine,
chest, ribs, femur, and hip.

Leon attended Immaculate Conception grammar school in Chicago,  Notre Dame High School (1985-89) in Niles, and Lewis University (1989-93) in Romeoville where he played baseball.

Leon has spent the last 10 years as a Special Agent for the U.S . Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) working six years in Arizona and the last four years in Chicago. Prior to working for the DEA, Leon worked as a patrol officer and later a detective for the Northlake
Police Department.

If you would like to view/print a copy of this flyer, you can download it…..<<HERE>>

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