“He just loved Christmas and his birthday is three days after Christmas," she said. "We would celebrate all the holidays. On Christmas Eve I would get him and his wife matching pajamas, it was a big deal. Even at 28 years old, he was the type of kid that would appreciate that stuff. He had no problem kissing his mom goodbye in front of friends. He was larger than life; he was the life of the party."
To keep his spirit alive, Marzini decided to host a toy drive in his memory. She printed a "Big Guy Toy Drive" flyer and got the ball rolling in November. Full story here