San Angelo, Texas (AP) — Like millions of 10-year-olds, Uzziah Sergio Garcia loved video games, swimming and trampolines. He also took it seamlessly and was natural in football when he and his grandfather started throwing the ball together during the spring holidays.
“Such a fast boy and he was able to catch a very good ball,” his grandfather, Manny Renfro, told The Associated Press. “There was a particular play I call him remember, and he did it exactly as we practiced.”
Uzziah who passed by the maggot Yuvalde School Massacre — — 19 children and 2 teachers — Placed to rest. His funeral took place on Saturday at the Immanuel Baptist Church in San Angelo, where he lived last year before moving south about 200 miles (322 km) to Yuvarde.
“I miss you saying’I love you and Jesus loves you’, especially his reply’… and Jesus loves you too!'” His family for the boy. Writing an obituary reminded me of his infectious laughter, his love for stupid jokes, and his sweet and outgoing nature.
According to the New York Times, Maggot’s favorite after-school treat was a Nutella sandwich with blue takis.
“He was stupid and loved to make you laugh,” Aunt Nicky Cross, the boy lived with, told the newspaper.
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