They met in high school and have been married for almost a quarter of a century. The husband of the teacher who was killed in Tuesday’s massacre at an elementary school in Texas, USA, died of “grief” on Thursday, May 26, according to several members of his family.
Joe Garcia “Died tragically this morning following a medical emergency”Debra Austin, who poses as the teacher’s cousin, told a Kitty GoFundMe page in support of the family. “I firmly believe that Joe died of a broken heart. I lost the love of his life after 25 years. [de vie commune] It was unbearable. “Debra Austin confirmed.
Joe and Irma Garcia are said to be the parents of four children aged 23, 19, 15 and 13 years. CBS News (In English). GoFundMe Kitty was launched for the needs of four orphans.
John Martinez, who identifies as Irma Garcia’s nephew, posted the news on Twitter: “The news that my aunt Irma’s husband Joe Garcia has died of grief breaks my heart and fills me with despair.” He announced. Said the young American New York Times (In English) His uncle had gone to the memorial on Thursday morning to pay tribute to the victims of the massacre. “Fall” When he returned home. The victim’s husband died of a heart attack at his home, as a young man posed as the author’s nephew on Twitter.
With so much grief I say with deep sorrow that my Thea Irma husband Joe Garcia has passed away with grief, I miss the words to know how we all feel, please pray for our family, God have mercy on us, it is not easy pic.twitter.com/GlUSOutRVV
– John Martinez ❤️ (fuhknjo) May 26, 2022
Lord please on our family, my thias husband died of heart attack this morning, he is with his wife now, these two will make anyone feel loved, no matter what pure hearts they have I love you sm tia and tio be with me every step of the way pic.twitter.com/opivBERMvv
– Joey.mtz (Joeymtz4) May 26, 2022
Irma Garcia and her colleague Eva Mirels were killed by 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos while the classrooms were connected, killing 19 children at Rob Elementary School in Wolverhampton.
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