INDIANA politician, Jackie Waloski, was known for being a US representative for the state’s 2nd congressional district.
Jackie Walorski Cause of death
Walorski was one of four people died in a horrific automobile accident on August 3, 2022, according to the Elkhart County Sheriff’s office.
According to a police statement quoted by ABC57 TV, the crash happened close to the Indiana town of Nappanee, which is located north of Indianapolis.
Emma Thomson, Walorski’s director of communications, was 28 years old; Zachery Potts, the chair of the St. Joseph County Republican Party, was 27.
Edith Schmucker, the 56-year-old sole driver of the other vehicle, was also declared dead at the spot.
According to a tweet by Erica Finke of WSBT: “A northbound passenger car traveled left of center and collided head on with a southbound vehicle.
“Walorski, Zachary Potts with the St. Joseph County Republican Party, and Walorski’s comm. director Emma Thompson all passed away.”
According to a tweet from WSBT’s Erica Finke: “A northbound passenger car veered left of center and struck a southbound automobile head-on.
Walorski, Zachary Potts of the St. Joseph County Republican Party, and Emma Thompson, Walorski’s director of communications, all died.
Who was Indiana Rep Jackie Walorski?
Jacqueline R Walorski, 58, was born in South Bend, Indiana, on August 17, 1963.
After graduating from Taylor University with a BA in communications and public administration in 1985, Walorski started her career as a TV reporter for WSBT-TV, a CBS affiliate in South Bend, from 1985 to 1989.
In 2000, Walorski moved to Romania where she and “her husband Dean previously spent four years as missionaries in Romania, where they started and ran a foundation to provide food and medical supplies to impoverished children there,” according to her bio.
After returning to the US, she became a member of the Indiana House of Representatives for the state’s 21st district from 2005 to 2010.