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"I'm going to be both mother and father to my kids from now on. " —Gloria Huero, 38, New York, NY As the New York Daily News, Gothamist. com, NY1 and others have reported… Fausto Lopez While most of the city slept on Nov. 12th at 4:30 am, 40-year-old Fausto Lopez was walking to his second job. The Queens man worked seven days a week to support his wife and four children. After long shifts at an upper West Side deli, he cleaned bars in Hell’s Kitchen. But his pre-dawn commute was interrupted by two men who mistakenly believed they’d fought with him earlier at a nearby nightclub. One of the men shot Lopez repeatedly. Though rushed to a hospital, Fausto Lopez died. Many neighbors stopped by the 9th Avenue Saloon where Lopez worked, leaving candles, mass cards, and flowers at a street-side memorial. Fausto Lopez MemorialMs. [] Huero says her four-year-old keeps repeating, “I want to see my daddy. Where’s my daddy?” When asked about savings Ms. Huero said, “All we were trying to do was survive each day. ” She recently told her children, “Now, we have to be more united than ever. ” The Goal: $20, 000 to defray costs of the children’s basic needs over the years ahead Halo LinkRead more in the To be an Angel to Ms. Huero and her four children send a check to: Ms. gloria huero--fausto lopez fund citibank n. A. 87-11 Queens Blvd Elmhurst , NY 11373 Please write Project Angel Mom on the memo line of your check Donate in someone else's name, then send them a Project:Angel Mom E-Card to let them know about your gift To be an Angel to other survivors of violent crime: Donate to Please take a second to tell us about your contribution at Reported by Laura Gilbert and Lixandra Urresta


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