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Flags to Half-Staff to Honor Fallen NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller

Governor Kathy Hochul has issued a solemn order to lower the flags on all state buildings to half-staff, in honor of the fallen New York Police Officer Jonathan Diller who lost his life while serving on duty. Officer Diller was a brave and dedicated young man, who made public safety his top priority and served his community with utmost devotion. His sacrifice will never be forgotten, and his legacy of courage and selflessness will continue to inspire generations of law enforcement officers to come. Governor Hochul expressed her deepest condolences to Officer Diller's family, loved ones, and colleagues in the NYPD.

She offered her thoughts and prayers for their comfort and healing during this difficult time. She also acknowledged the immeasurable sacrifice that Officer Diller made in service to his community, and the profound impact his loss has on all those who knew him. In honor of Officer Diller's extraordinary service, the flags will be lowered to half-staff on March 30, the day of his funeral services. This solemn gesture is a mark of respect and tribute to Officer Diller's dedication, bravery, and sacrifice.

It serves as a reminder to all of us of the immense debt of gratitude we owe to those who serve and protect our communities every day. May Officer Diller rest in peace, and may his memory be a blessing to all who knew him.

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