I appreciate the support of all my family, friends and followers. I couldn’t be happier with my beloved Brothers in Blue. May God be with all of the Blue Knight Heaven 1 members. We have not forgotten you. Have a Safe riding season and as always, Ride With Pride.
“I must say that I am very blessed to be a part of this club. To be able to meet with the members and be a part of the Blue Knights Law Enforcement programs has deeply touched me. To hear about their lives and families and how we as a club stand by each other is a wonderful thing. I have had the chance to be a part of many things, but this family and club stands head and shoulders above the crowd! “May God Bless and Keep You safe this day. Chaplain Mark Malizzi
“As a member and past President of the Blue Knights PA IV I couldn’t be more proud of our members that attended the event this past Saturday, a great turnout and we were joined by members of V & XV as well. I personally want to THANK YOU ALL, your family members and friends who also came out and joined us for this important event! Ride With Pride. Let us never forget the sacrifices made by our Brothers & Sisters… Roger Lehman
My name is Chris Katkowski, Ive been working in law enforcement for 10 years dating back to starting at Berks County Jail in 2013 after completing my bachelors in criminal justice at Lock Haven University.
My focus as Vice President will be to improve the participation and turn out by club members. This not only official meetings and events but also spur of the moment rides and activities to enjoy as a club.
I would like to get back to the root of a motorcycle club and that is riding our bikes out in our community.
What it means to me to be a Blue Knight.
Being a Blue Knight is an important part of my life and something that I take pride in being a part of.
As a Blue Knight I am not an individual, but rather a part of a family and not just your ordinary family.
Our family works hard at taking good people and helps make them better by giving back to the communities we live in and helping care for those in need.
We do not forget those who are no longer with us and honor our flag and country while never looking for or asking anything in return.
The motto “Ride With Pride” is something I do every time I put my colors on.
As secretary, I get to keep track of our club’s activities and help plan our events. We get together to ride, host and participate in local charitable events, and foster camaraderie amongst like-minded law-enforcement officers. Besides updating members and the community about our meetings, I enjoy helping new members feel welcome.
Being part of this club has given me the opportunity to make lifelong friendships.