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A Texas man who was just with his family — his wife of 22 years passed away in the El Paso massacre, the public is requested to attend her funeral on Friday.
Antonio Basco was married to Margie Reckard, 63, for more than two decades. Reckard, was killed on Aug. 3, when a gunman opened fire in a Walmart store, killing 22 people and injuring another 24.
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After the death of Basco, described Reckard as an “angel,” and said the two planned to live together until their last breath.
Antonio Basbo of the public are invited to attend the funeral of his wife, Margie Reckard, who was killed in a massacre at an El Paso, Texas, there is a Walmart on Aug. 3.
“I mean, you didn’t even have to be there to talk to her, you could see how she was, how she acted, how she presented herself. She was an amazing woman. You see, Margie, is more or less the brains of the family,” Basco told KFOX earlier this month.
He added that when the duo first met, “well, that feeling came to each and every one of us, to each other, and we have been together ever since…we were going to live together, and die together; that was our plan.”
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On Tuesday, Perches-Funeral-Home-described Reckard, if Basco has no other family, and welcomed strangers to help her with the funeral on Friday.
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“He had no other family. He welcomes anyone to attend to his Wife’s services,” the funeral, wrote in a Facebook post. “Let’s get him and his Wife and a number of El Paso’s Love #EPSTRONG.”
The funeral service will be held from 5 pm to 9 pm on Friday at Perches Funeral Home at 4946 Hondo Pass Drive in El Paso.