Football Coach Hero Aaron Feis Shielded Students from Gunfire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida

Football coach and high school security guard at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Aaron Feis was one of the 17 people killed at the high school on Wednesday, February 13, 2018, according to Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel.

“I know Aaron personally.” I coached with him, my two boys played for him. I don’t know when Aaron’s funeral is, I don’t know how many adults will go, but you’ll get 2,000 kids there. The kids in this community loved him. They adored him. He was one of the greatest people I knew. He was a phenomenal man.”

— Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel

Witnesses said when shots were fired, Feis quickly shielded students with his body, preventing two student from being shot.

Aaron Feis, age 37, was an assistant football coach, security guard and an alumnus of the high school. When an alert was sounded over the intercom, Feis responded as security guard. His last words were heard on the school’s portable radio frequency: “No, that is not firecrackers.”











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