Joyce Issues Statement on Tragic Death of Jackie Walorski

Aug 03, 2022

BAINBRIDGE, OH – Today, Congressman Dave Joyce (OH-14) issued the following statement on the tragic passing of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02):

“I’m heartbroken to hear of the terrible accident that took the life of Congresswoman Walorski and two of her staff members, Emma and Zach. Jackie was a tireless advocate for her constituents and her home state of Indiana. As a colleague and a friend, I’ve been honored to serve with her since we were elected to Congress in 2012. Jackie was a dedicated public servant and woman of true character. Her loss will be felt deeply in Congress and by countless Hoosiers back home. Kelly and I are praying for her husband Dean during this difficult time as well as the families of all those who perished in this tragic crash.”


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