ARLINGTON, MASS. (WHDH) – Members of the Arlington Excessive Faculty group are remembering a neighborhood man who died whereas serving abroad within the US Military.
Military Chief Warrant Officer 2 Marwan S. Ghabour was an Arlington Public Colleges pupil. He was amongst 5 different troopers who died in a helicopter crash in Egypt on Thursday.
“We have been extraordinarily saddened to be taught of the tragic loss of life of APS alumni Chief Warrant Officer 2 Marwan Ghabour. We thank Marwan for his valiant service to his nation and his group. His reminiscence is one our faculty district will honor and keep in mind,” Arlington Public Colleges Superintendent Dr. Kathleen Bodie mentioned in a press release on Sunday.
Excessive Faculty principal Matthew Janger additionally launched a press release that learn, “Marwan is remembered by his academics as a pupil dedicated to service. He was proud to serve his nation and we’re deeply saddened by his loss and honored by his sacrifice.”
The highschool soccer staff will honor Marwan throughout its final dwelling recreation subsequent Saturday with a second of silence.
Highschool soccer coach Lance Yodzio mentioned the staff may even dedicate the remaining week of the season in honor of Marwan, who volunteered as a goalkeeper coach in 2015.
“Marwan was such a hard-working participant and stepped up big-time for the staff within the 2009 event run. He was an actual dedicated teammate,” Yodzio mentioned.
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