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Flags in Nevada at half-staff in remembrance of Roy Horn

by Nevada State News
U.S. Flag at half-staff.

CARSON CITY – The U.S. and Nevada flags will fly at half-staff at the State Capitol and state public buildings and grounds from sunrise on Monday, May 18, 2020 until sunset of the same day in honor of entertainer Roy Horn, who passed away due to complications from the coronavirus on Friday, May 8, 2020. 

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed an executive order to that effect Friday, May 15.

Born in Germany, Roy Horn developed a love for animals at an early age, and partnered with Siegfried Fischbacher to form Siegfried & Roy. The duo entertained more than ten million fans and contributed greatly to the development of Las Vegas’ global reputation. 

“Roy had an uncanny ability to entertain and mesmerize audiences,” said Governor Sisolak, “His world famous act brought joy to Nevadans and visitors alike.  For both his contribution in helping elevate Las Vegas as the entertainment capital of the world, and for his vast work in wildlife conservation, we are proud to honor him.” 

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