Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Sergeant Richard C. LeBow

Arkansas State Police, Arkansas

End of Watch Monday, February 4, 2008

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Reflections for Sergeant Richard C. LeBow

May peace and comfort be given to the family and to his brothers and sisters in law enforcement community. I travel the state on business and appreciate all that is done.

M. Elliott

February 6, 2008



February 6, 2008

Sgt. Richard C. Lebow, well done my good and faithful servant.Come and rest from thy labor. To the immediate family and the entire State Police family, we all share your loss.

Lt. Riley Williams Retired
Wichita, KS

February 6, 2008

My prayers go out to this ASP Trooper's family. God Bless You, brother.

Patrick Langley, Patrol Officer
Hot Springs Police Dept.

February 6, 2008

Rest in Peace Trooper, Gone but NEVER forgotten!

Ofc. Aaron P. Sparks #185
Newbury Police Department NH

February 6, 2008

A fine officer,and friend. Rick you'll be missed. My prayers go out to your family.

Cpl. Ken Moody (Retired)
Arkansas Highway Police

February 6, 2008

We have got the watch from here brother. Our prayers are with SGT LeBow's family and colleagues.

February 6, 2008

Rest in peace sir. Thank you for your service and dedication to the job. Your commitment is inspiration to young officers. My thoughts and prayers are with your family, friends and department.

Officer Eric Golz
Long Beach Police Department

February 6, 2008

Thank you Sgt. LeBow! Thank you for 27 years of dedicated service to this state. You took an oath to serve and protect the citizens of this State and you did so with honor. Our utmost appreciation for the sacrifice's that you and your family have made throughout the years! You will be deeply missed by many, but never will you be forgotten. Thank you for protecting our state and for giving the ultimate sacrifice! Rest in peace my dear friend!

February 6, 2008

Everyday, Rick stepped above and beyond his call of duty. His first love of his life above all things was God, then his family and then others and finally himself. I remember when I was a kid in bible school, we learned the phrase "JOY" and that is exactly what Rick did on daily basis.

He loved the spend time with his family, helping coach is son's little league team and spend time fishing with him. He also enjoyed umpiring as he had a passion for children.

He loved his wife with all his heart and worked with her every single day to get through the ups and downs of their daily routine. He was also very actively involved at Calvary Baptist Church where he was also a Sunday School teacher.

Rick was one of the closest people I have ever known with God and now he is sitting right beside him at his throne.

The City of Ozark, Arkansas lose a tremendous friend, the State of Arkansas lost a wonderful trooper and the earth lose a real great man.

May God bless Kathy, Charles, Caleb and Nadine and remember God does things for a reason and now Rick's time had come to help God first hand.

R.I.P. Sgt. Rick LeBow
June 6, 1956 to February 4, 2008

Jacob Stone
Family Friend

February 6, 2008

My thoughts and prayers are with those friends and family members that are left behind and cannot follow. Rest in peace my brother in blue...we will take it from here.

Officer Adam F. Laser
Westminster City Police Department

February 6, 2008

Sgt. LeBow,
I did not know you but I know the sacrifice you made was great. You and your family and friends will forever be in my thoughts and prayers. I lost a special friend last March in the line of duty and another special friend, Deputy Duncan, on the same day that you also made your sacrifice. God Speed and look over the rest of us left here below.

Officer Mary King
Heavener Police Department
Heavener, OK

Officer Mary King
Heavener Police Department

February 6, 2008

You've fought the noble fight and now God has called you home. Return to Him in honor, my brother, and rest forever in peace. Thank you for your selfless sacrifice. You are my Hero!

Former GPD Officer

February 6, 2008

Rest in peace, and may god bless you and your family.

R. Owens
South Carolina Highway Patrol

February 6, 2008

The death of Trooper Lebow hits home with all of us. It is never easy to lose a friend, a loved one, and a family member. God bless the family of Sgt. Lebow and know that as you are grieving the loss of your husband, father, and son; we are grieving over the loss of a brother. Our hearts and our prayers are with you.

Cpl. Det. Buddy Snell
Fort Smith Police Department

February 6, 2008

R.I.P. Sergeant. You will not be forgotten.

SGT. Jim Morace #458

February 6, 2008

Our prayers go out to Sgt. LeBow's family and friends.

Georgia State Patrol

February 6, 2008

My prayers go out to Sgt.LeBow's family.

L/Cpl. J. Jones
South Carolina Highway Patrol

February 6, 2008

my Condolences....thanks Sergent Lebow, with your great service to your people, you helped make the streets alittle bit safer. Rest with god now, for life is merley a blink of a eye in gods time. We shall see our friends, family and loved ones again one day. Keep the faith in the lord, he will do many great things in your life!

kristine wilton
cousin of Christopher Nicholson/smithsburg Md. EOW-12/19/2007

February 6, 2008

Rest in peace brother! May God be with the LeBow family at this time of sorrow. Your watch here on earth is over, watch over us now and keep us safe.
Friend/Colleague of Dep Jason Saunders EOW April 3, 2007

Wendy Reid, Communications Officer II
Campbell Co 911, Rustburg, VA

February 6, 2008

Rest in peace, Sergeant LeBow you will never be forgotten.

Police Officer
Garland PD

February 6, 2008

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Sergeant Richard LeBow, his family, friends, and the Arkansas State Police.

New Mexico State Police

February 6, 2008

Rest in peace.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol

February 6, 2008

God Speed Sgt. LeBow. Rest in Peace brother...The State of Arkansas will miss you dearly. God bless you family and friends during this difficult period.

Patrolman Pam Hager
Conway AR Police Dept.

February 6, 2008

May god bless you. My thoughts and prayers are with you, your family, and your agency at this difficult time and those to come. You will not be forgotten.

Cpl Jean Paul Rochat
Swiss Army, MP Service, K9 Unit

February 6, 2008

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