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Kenneth Dale Leiman Obituary
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July 19, 2018

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January 18, 2017
Ken was a great friend to linda and me over the last 46 years. We shared business projects and pastime adventures along the way. I have always been proud to call him my friend . We will miss him
January 1, 2017
Uncle Kenny, I have many memories of you: your license plate, Fish 2, making ice cream, and playing cribbage when we would visit are my favorites.
December 27, 2016
Sorry for your loss
December 27, 2016
Ken was like an American dad to me and he was grandpa Ken to my boys. I first met Ken in Changzhou, China in 1988. Back then, I was a recent college graduate and on a business trip in Changzhou. I remember that day was very hot and humid and I was reading a magazine in the hotel lobby. Soon came in a group of American tourists, most of them at their 60s, sweaty but in good spirit. I was curious so I Started to chat with one gentleman from that group and found out that these "crazy" American was bike touring the near by villages. Under this kind weather? I was amazed! This gentleman was Ken. He was very patient and kind and understood my not so fluent English pretty well. I told him that I was going back to Shanghai the next day and he said that Shanghai was their next stop and invited me to visit him. I did. This time we talked a lot more about America. He said that there are many Chinese students studying in America and if I am interested, he will help me. Ken kept his words, two years later, I enrolled in University of Northern Colorado studying for Chemistry master degree. Ken helped me paid my first semester expenses and visited me at school. Later on, I was given Teaching Assistantship by the department and finished my degree two years later. I got my first job in New Jersey that year and was able to pay him back the money. But I owe him great debt for his kindness!! We kept in touch. Ken and Mary Lou visited us in New York and our family visited them in Denver. And Christmas cards and gifts every year. I was so glad that I talked to him 2 weeks before he passed away. Me and my family will remember him forever! RIP Ken!