Delaware State Trooper diagnosed with Acute form of Leukemia

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Kevin Schrader has been a Trooper with the Delaware State Police for the last 14 years. Kevin has dedicated his life to protecting and serving both the county and community. Prior to joining the Delaware State Police, Kevin was enlisted in The United States Air Force where he served two tours in Iraq.   Trooper Schrader has always demonstrated qualities that set an example for others and always put the wellbeing of others before his own.  

On May 3, 2024, during a routine work physical Delaware State Trooper, Kevin Schrader, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of T Cell Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia. Due to the serious nature of this illness, he was immediately admitted into the hospital where he began intense treatment and will remain there for several months. During this treatment Kevin’s contact with family and friends is limited and he will not be able to see his 10-month-old daughter, Capri, at all during this time. Kevin and his wife Cpl. Courtney Schrader (DSP) used their Family Leave when their daughter was born, as she was premature and required a lengthy NICU stay. In continued efforts to help support the Schrader family DSP has allowed Cpl. Schrader to work remotely during this time. However, the financial burdens are and continue to be extensive.

Please click the links below to support Kevin, Courtney, and Capri during this challenging time. Thank you for your generosity and support.

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