Skip to comments.Giants star Victor Cruz visits family of biggest fan and Sandy Hook victim
Posted on 12/18/2012 11:19:27 PM PST by dead
Jack would have loved it.
New York Giants star wide-receiver Victor Cruz visited the family of his biggest little fan, 6-year-old Jack Pinto, in Connecticut today, paying respects to the family four days after Jack was killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School bloodbath.
On Sunday, Cruz had honored the little boy by dedicating a football game to his memory.
Today, the day after Jack was buried, Cruz spent more than three hours in the family's Sandy Hook home visiting with family, friends and neighbors of little Jack who was buried in his favorite football jersey, No. 80, Cruz's number.
Much love to the entire Pinto family. Great people with huge hearts, Cruz tweeted shortly after leaving the home. Looking at life through a different lens.
During the course of the visit, dozens of young kids mostly boys clad in Giants blue could be seen playing football and running around the lawn at the Pinto house.
They left with bags full of Giants memorabilia...
Read more: Giants star Victor Cruz visits family of biggest fan and Sandy Hook victim - NYPOST.com http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/giants/giants_star_victor_cruz_visits_family_nVeiIDy1K8leYwVnRMsfMP#ixzz2FTnGipfX
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Classy move, Cruz. Good man.
“Classy move, Cruz. Good man. “
hmmm, reminds me of an FR post about this “classy” player Cruz: NFL’s Victor Cruz blindly advances Evil & Deception
That was wonderful for the family and the children. Cruz gets an A++.
Ouch... So who is Cruz.. a class A guy, or a Christian basher? At least this shows he is capable of seeing below the color of someone’s skin. I can never understand libs.. no foundations, just whatever feels good.
That is a very nice gesture.
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