Gov. Justice wears maroon in honor of Alex Miller, issues video message in support of Roane County community

9/17/2019


UPDATE: 9/17/19 
CHARLESTON, WV – Gov. Jim Justice today took part in Roane Raider Tuesday in West Virginia, joining thousands of students and others across the state by wearing maroon in honor of Alex Miller, the Roane County High School senior who tragically passed away Friday during a football game.
 
The Governor also released a video message in honor of Alex, his family, and the entire Roane County community, echoing his support and offering his prayers during this time of mourning.

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ORIGINAL STORY: 9/14/19 
CHARLESTON, WV – Gov. Jim Justice released the following statement after learning of the passing of Roane County High School football player Alex Miller:

“Today, our hearts are absolutely broken by the tragic loss of Roane County High School football player Alex Miller. Cathy and I are praying  with everything in us  for Alex’s family, friends, and the entire Roane County community during this unimaginably difficult time.

I’d also like to offer our support for anything that can be done to help those touched by this terrible tragedy during this time of mourning. This young man was taken from us far too soon. Today, all West Virginians grieve alongside the Roane County community.”

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Jordan Damron, jordan.l.damron@wv.gov

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