He died of a heart attack, with a broken heart, now says relatives, Joe Garcia, husband of Irma Garcia, 49One of the teachers who died in the Ovaldi massacreGarcia, 50, had a heart attack Thursday after visiting his wife’s memorial and leaving flowers for her, his nephew told the New York Times. He came home, sat down at the table with his family, and after three minutes he collapsed. Mom tried to massage his heart. They called an ambulance and took him to the hospital: he never came back.”The couple, together since high school, were married for 24 years and left four children, ages 23, 19, 15, and 13.
His wife had lost her life two days ago to defend the students The killer who shot a point-blank in his fourth row, killing two teachers and 19 children, before being shot and killed by the police. Martinez, a college student, said they found her hugging her children to protect them until the end.
The couple’s nephew tweeted: “I’m really speechless about how we are all feeling, please pray for our family, God have mercy, this is not easy.” John Martinez, 21 years oldhe talks about “too much pain to bear”.
Irma Garcia has been studying at Robb Primary School for 23 years. The cover page on the school district’s website described her hobbies: she loved listening to music, going on picnics in the country, and barbecuing with her husband. “She was an optimist and was always affectionate with everyone,” added my nephew, recalling how at the family reunion she cracked jokes and sang classic rock songs.
family members said Washington Post That Irma was a great cook and that she and Joe often invited their extended family to dinner. On a GoFundMe page that started in honor of the family, Irma’s cousin called her her page “wonderful personwho “would do literally anything to anyone…no questions asked.” He wrote, “I truly believe that Joe died of a broken heart and that losing the love of his life for over 25 years was unbearable.”
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