Gov. Walz orders flags half-staff in honor of flight nurse

Gov. Walz orders flags half-staff in honor of flight nurse


Source: Office of Governor Walz & Lt. Governor Flanagan

In honor and remembrance of flight nurse Debra K. Schott, Gov. Tim Walz has ordered all United States and Minnesota flags to be flown at half-staff at all state and federal buildings in the state of Minnesota, from sunrise until sunset on Wednesday, July 3, 2019.

Schott died while on duty in a helicopter crash in Brainerd. She spent the last 15 years as a critical care nurse for North Memorial Health Care, and leaves behind a husband, two children, two grandchildren, and many other friends and family.

“Flight Nurse Schott was an outstanding Nurse who was respected and admired by her colleagues and served the public with dignity and pride as a Flight Nurse,” reads the proclamation issued by Gov. Walz. “The State of Minnesota recognizes Flight Nurse Schott for her dedicated services to, and sacrifice for, her fellow citizens with its deepest gratitude, and all thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends, and entire community.”

At the direction of the governor, Minnesota flies its flags at half-staff following the death of Minnesota first responders fallen in the line of duty, on the day of interment.

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