Assistant football manager Aaron Feis dies in high propagandize shooting

Assistant football manager Aaron Feis, who is being hailed as a hero, was among those killed during a sharpened during Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Wednesday, conduct football manager Willis May told a Sun-Sentinel.

May told a Sun-Sentinel that a family of Feis, who also served as a confidence ensure during a school, was told of his genocide late Wednesday or early Thursday morning.

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“I listened Aaron say, ‘No, that is not firecrackers,” May told a journal of Feis’ response to a initial call on a school’s confidence walkie-talkies. “That’s a final we listened of him.”

The Twitter comment of a school’s football group pronounced Feis, who coached linemen for a football program, died while safeguarding students from a 19-year-old gunman. Expelled tyro Nikolas Cruz was charged with 17 depends of intentional murder on Thursday morning.

May told a Sun-Sentinel that a tyro told him that Feis pushed her out of a line of glow while jumping between her and a shooter.

According to his autobiography on a school’s jaunty website, Feis graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 1999, returned to a propagandize as a manager in 2002 and served as conduct manager of a JV group for 8 seasons. He also served as a school’s college recruiting coordinator.

“Big ol’ teddy bear,” May pronounced of Feis to a newspaper. “Hardcore — he coached hard. Real good line. He did a good pursuit with a [offensive] line. He took honour with operative with those guys. Loyalty — we devoted him. He had my back. He worked hard. Just a good man. Loved his family. Loved his brother. Just an glorious family man.”

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