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Support The Leeder Family

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Raised by 439 people in 18 months
Support Those Who Protect Us. Sergeant Tim Leeder with the Kootenai County Sheriff's Office and his wife, Wendy, suffered a horrible loss on Dec 29th. Their sons Jacob, 16, and Jonah, 20, were in a tragic car accident. Jacob did not survive. Jonah was transported to Sacred Heart Medical Center where he has undergone two successful surgeries for broken bones.  Jonah is also suffering from internal injuries and is currently on a ventilator in the ICU. The Leeder family has given everything to our community. Their time, their love, their support and their selflessness. Let's rally around this precious family when they need it the most. Please share and help raise money to support the family with medical bills, and all other expenses that come up during these times. Thank you for your support! The Kootenai County Sheriff's Office Wives.
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Jonah has worked hard while in rehab and has improved so much in his short time there, they released him after ten days of inpatient rehab. Jonah is now finally at home with his family, and is starting outpatient rehab this week.
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Jonah is an amazing kid. His condition improves greatly everyday. He is recovering in leaps and bounds. He was finally discharged from Harborview a few days ago and was admitted to an acute rehabilitation facility in Spokane where he has settled in comfortably. He has a busy rehab schedule which includes occupational therapy, recreational therapy, speech therapy, and physical therapy. Its a very busy schedule and a lot of work for him, but he is giving it his all. We are looking forward to him getting out of the hospital and coming home as much as he is.
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We, Jonah's family would like to thank our friends, family, church, and community for their involvement and support in creating such a beautiful service celebrating the life of Jacob on Saturday. It was a blessing to hear so many great stories about Jacob and to see how many people his life touched. Jacob will not be forgotten.

Jonah slowly started regaining consciousness soon after he was taken off the ventilator. He started looking around, then tried to talk. Over the past week, Jonah has improved in leaps and bounds daily. He was moved out of ICU five days ago. Today, he is able to speak to us, has regained his long term memory, can move around in his bed, sit up, and stand with assistance. He can also feed himself with just a little bit of help. We are hoping to have Jonah back in our neck of the woods soon for inpatient rehab. Jonah still has a long road ahead of him but he is recovering much quicker than anyone anticipated. Thank you for your prayers, thoughts, and support. We will be forever grateful and continue to keep the updates coming.
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Jacob's Celebration of Life service will be held on Saturday, January 20th at 1:00 pm at Anthem Church in Hayden, Idaho.
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