On Wednesday, mourners honored the life of Jacob Hall, the 6-year-old that was shot at Townville elementary school in the best way possible, a superhero-themed funeral.
According to ABC News, the young boy had a special place in his heart for action stars.
— CBN News (@CBNNews) October 5, 2016
The list of looks at this morning’s burial included Ninja Turtle T-shirts, Batman, Superman and Captain American uniforms, all in his memory.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 5, 2016
Officers and members of the military that couldn’t attend the ceremony, took time out to show their spirited support and showcase it via social media.
— Chapin Police (@ChapinPoliceDep) October 5, 2016
Spartanburg-based 228th Signal Brigade honors Jacob Hall from Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/VUe3qYXLer
— FOX Carolina News (@foxcarolinanews) October 5, 2016
— Greer, SC Police (@GreerPolice) October 5, 2016
At the end of September, Hall was shot and put on life support before passing away on Oct. 1st.
In response to his death, the family released a statement that focused on the love their son had for God.
Specifically stating that, prayer was a big part of Jacob’s life, according to his mother. He would pray like a “grown man” and would pray for those he knew were sick, she said.
To watch the funeral check out this CBN story.
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