Governor McCrory Issues Statement on the Death of New Bern Police Officer Alexander E. Thalmann | Eastern North Carolina Now

News Release:

New Bern Police Officer Alexander E. Thalmann
    Raleigh, NC     Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement today after learning of the death of New Bern Police Officer Alexander E. Thalmann:

    "My heart is broken for Officer Thalmann and his loved ones," said Governor McCrory. "Officer Thalmann had just begun his public service career and the loss of his life in the line of duty is tragic. Our first responders are true heroes and we shouldn't let a day go by without praying for their safety and thanking them for their valued service to North Carolina."

    Thalmann, 22, was shot on Friday evening. He had been with the department since August 2013.


    Contact: Crystal Feldman
       govpress@nc.gov
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( March 31st, 2014 @ 11:30 pm )
 
As many of you may know, Washington native Alex Thalmann was shot while performing his duty as a New Bern police officer. Today at one o'clock pm, Officer Thalmann succumbed to his wounds, leaving a life unlived, while serving his fellow man earnestly all of his adult life as a Marine, and now an officer of the law.

I thought it most appropriate that Alex should be remembered and eulogized by our Governor.

We should all be thankful for men like Alex. He was best of us all.

We owe his good spirit a debt of immeasurable gratitude.



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