No less than 14 individuals were harmed and potentially 17 passed on in the sad Douglas High School shooting today in Parkland, Florida. Among the harmed is Coach Aaron Feis, a dearest football mentor at the school. Amidst all the fear of the day, witnesses say that Feis turned out a legend, putting his own particular life on hold to ensure that his understudies were sheltered. In spite of the fact that these reports have not been affirmed, his companions and understudies alike concur that he is a legend for how he devotes his life to the general population he instructs. Albeit early reports demonstrated that he had passed away, it creates the impression that he was shot yet is currently accepting treatment. His present wellbeing condition isn’t known. Colleague and child of head mentor Jordan May tweeted that Coach Feis was shot however he didn’t pass on. Another source on Facebook said that he may have been shot three times and was in surgery.
Witnesses are stating that Feis hopped before shooter’s shots, putting his own life hanging in the balance for his understudies. In spite of the fact that the tweet underneath says that he passed, that part is evidently not exact:
Feis was a Douglas graduated class who graduated in 1999 and has spent his whole vocation at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, as indicated by his profile. He has committed his life to his understudies. One of his previous understudies shared this Instagram post underneath and composed:
“This, women and men of their word, if the substance of a saint. Mentor Aaron Feis was harmed securing an understudy in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and, finally report, is in basic condition. He is a companion to all understudies that know him. He was generally so pleasant to me when I went to class there, and I know he is close with my sibling and his companions. It would be ideal if you pause for a minute to send mending petitions for him.”
When he played football, Feis played Center for the Eagles from 1995 to 1998. He wanted to pay forward all the great coaching he received, so he returned to Douglas in 2002 and spent eight years as the head coach of junior varsity. His coaching delivered the only loss to St. Thomas, breaking the school’s four-year winning streak. Feis was also the college recruiting coordinator. On his LinkedIn page, Coach Feis is listed as a football coach for Broward County schools, and a security guard and bus driver.
Nick Miller wrote about Feis on Facebook: “Praying Aaron Feis pulls through. A man’s-man and great guy. Heartbreaking and I’m praying for your family and the other victims. Pull through Coach.”
Feis is a hero to many, even outside of the shooting. Kaden Culpepper wrote on Facebook: “Damn coach we were just talking not too long ago !! About life and having daughters. I prayed and prayed its not real man. This is so upsetting. I honestly wouldn’t have made it out of Douglas if it wasn’t for you. I owe you more than you’ll ever know. Coach Aaron Feis. Thank you for everything you did for all of us. Eagle pride will never go away. Love ya coach. We all hope you’re ok and get through this !!!!”
Feis is married to Melissa Feis. They have a daughter, Arielle. This is a developing story.