Football Coach Aaron Feis Died Shielding Students From Bullets During Florida School Shooting — Remember His Name

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Assistant football coach and security guard, Aaron Feis, was one of the at least 17 people killed after a former student opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL on Wednesday. The school’s athletic director Chris Hixon also died in the attack.

We’re hearing Feis responded immediately to the gunfire, and stepped in front of bullets to protect the students. A true saint.

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Broward County Superintendent of Schools Robert W. Runcie said Thursday:

“We had an athletic director, a campus monitor who responded immediately when there was signs of trouble in the school. Unfortunately those two heroes gave their lives for our kids and probably helped prevent this from being a worse tragedy than it is today.”

Our hearts go out to the family Feis and Hixon left behind while protecting our children. Thoughts and prayers are not enough.

[Image via Twitter.]

Feb 15, 2018 2:14pm PST

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