Dec. 17 - The two funerals on Monday ushered in what will be a week of memorial services and burials for the 20 children and six adults massacred at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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Funeral services begin in Connecticut.
Six year old Jack Pinto will be buried in his hero's football jersey in a small white coffin. He is one of 20 children and six adults massacred at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
As he lay in an open white casket at the service. Jack wore a New York Giants jersey with receiver Victor Cruz's number 80 on it. During Sunday's game, Cruz wore shoes with "R.I.P. Jack Pinto" written on the side.
Six year old Noah Pozner was the youngest victim of the rampage. His twin sister escaped from the attack unhurt. In his obituary his family said he was "an impish, larger-than-life little boy."
Rabbi Edgar Gluck attended the services where the boy's mother spoke.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) RABBI EDGAR GLUCK SAYING:
"She spoke about him in glowing, glowing terms and the main thing she left was one point -- she said whenever she told him I love you, his answer to her was not as much as I love you."
All the dead children were 6 or 7 years old. The school principal, the school psychologist and four teachers were also gunned down.