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Chosen by the school board, who was a parent, “will live on in the lives of thousands of children,” one person said.

Screenshot from Moyock Farm Market Facebook

A North Carolina man has died days after being elected to the local school board, shocking his community.

Will Krodick, 53, died of a heart attack on Nov. 11, three days after he was elected to the Currituck Board of Education, The Daily Advance reported.

Krodzik also served on the board of directors from 2016 to 2020, the publication reported.

“I look forward to serving on the Board of Education to work for you,” Krodick wrote on his Facebook page on Nov. 9. – I am sure that changes can be made for improvement Currituck County Schools. I’m still trying to put the students first.”

News of Krodzik’s unexpected death shocked community members, many of whom shared photos and memories of the school board election on Facebook.

“Will was a hero to me. He literally gave his life to make things better children of Currituck ” Josh Bass, president of the Currituck Chamber of Commerce, wrote on Facebook. “Will’s legacy will live on not only in the men his sons will grow up to be, but in the lives of the thousands of children in this county who were touched by his work.”

Moyock Farmers Market shared a photo of Krodzik and called him “a great asset to our community,” the post said.

The Currituck County High School planned a celebration of Krodzik’s life for November 16.

“Currituck County Schools is deeply saddened by the sudden news death of Mr. Will Crodick and extend our deepest condolences to the Krodick family,” Currituck County Schools said in a press release, according to WAVY. “Mr. Krodzik had a great passion for education and his loss will be felt throughout our community. We offer our deepest respect and keep the Krodzik family in our thoughts and prayers at this time.”

Currituck County is about 190 miles northeast of Raleigh.

Alison Cutler is McClatchy’s real-time national reporter for the Southeast. She is a graduate of Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and previously worked at The News Leader in Staunton, Virginia, a USAToday affiliate.



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School board member and parent dies days after NC election

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Chosen by the school board, who was a parent, “will live on in the lives of thousands of children,” one person said.

Screenshot from Moyock Farm Market Facebook

A North Carolina man has died days after being elected to the local school board, shocking his community.

Will Krodick, 53, died of a heart attack on Nov. 11, three days after he was elected to the Currituck Board of Education, The Daily Advance reported.

Krodzik also served on the board of directors from 2016 to 2020, the publication reported.

“I look forward to serving on the Board of Education to work for you,” Krodick wrote on his Facebook page on Nov. 9. – I am sure that changes can be made for improvement Currituck County Schools. I’m still trying to put the students first.”

News of Krodzik’s unexpected death shocked community members, many of whom shared photos and memories of the school board election on Facebook.

“Will was a hero to me. He literally gave his life to make things better children of Currituck ” Josh Bass, president of the Currituck Chamber of Commerce, wrote on Facebook. “Will’s legacy will live on not only in the men his sons will grow up to be, but in the lives of the thousands of children in this county who were touched by his work.”

Moyock Farmers Market shared a photo of Krodzik and called him “a great asset to our community,” the post said.

The Currituck County High School planned a celebration of Krodzik’s life for November 16.

“Currituck County Schools is deeply saddened by the sudden news death of Mr. Will Crodick and extend our deepest condolences to the Krodick family,” Currituck County Schools said in a press release, according to WAVY. “Mr. Krodzik had a great passion for education and his loss will be felt throughout our community. We offer our deepest respect and keep the Krodzik family in our thoughts and prayers at this time.”

Currituck County is about 190 miles northeast of Raleigh.

Alison Cutler is McClatchy’s real-time national reporter for the Southeast. She is a graduate of Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and previously worked at The News Leader in Staunton, Virginia, a USAToday affiliate.



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