“It is with great pain that we confirm the death of our beloved Anthony Galindo Ibarra,” the family said in a statement. “The doctors tried do everything to save his life. We are thankful for all the prayers and support to our family during these difficult times and for those who had the opportunity of knowing him.”
According to the family’s statement, his organs will be donated as was his last wish to help save other lives.
“We will be informing everyone about the funeral arrangements in the upcoming days. He will forever be in our hearts,” the family added.
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