Lucas Statement on Passing of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski

Aug 05, 2022

Cheyenne, OK – Congressman Frank Lucas (OK-03) released the following statement on the passing of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-21) and her two staff members:

“I am deeply saddened by the loss of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski and her two staff members- Emma and Zachery.

As a former member of the House Agriculture Committee, I came to know Jackie and her love for Indiana- and as can be said about her two staffers as well- she truly had a public servant’s heart.

Congresswoman Walorski was a kind soul who will be missed by many across Indiana and Washington, DC. Please join me in praying for the families and loved ones of Congresswoman Walorski, Emma Thomson, and Zachery Potts.”


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