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Candle Light Vigil for John Staub

GOSHEN, Ind. –  Hundreds gathered tonight at the corner of Indiana and Lincoln Avenue in Goshen for for a candle light vigil in memory of the late John Staub.  The 26-year-old was shot and killed Thursday night during a fight.

Friends and family of Staub brought cards and lit candles.  You could tell they suffered a huge loss, but according to Staub’s widow, the one who will suffer the most is John’s six-year-old-son J.J. who will grow up without a dad.

“He is only 26. My son is only 6.  He should be growing up with his dad and now he is not”, said widow Kozi Staub.

Widow Kozi Staub says her biggest fear is raising her six-year-old son J.J. all by herself.

“Now I have to rely on one of his uncles, because I cannot teach him guy stuff”, said Kozi Staub.

Kozi Staub says she hopes the people who left her son without a father pay for what they did.

“I hope they get everything they deserve.  I do not want to see them on the street anymore”, said Kozi Staub.

She says her husband John didn’t deserve this and the amount of people at his vigil prove it.

“There are so many people that loved him, that I am getting phone calls from people that I don’t even know”, said Staub.

Kozi Staub also says her husband John loved music and that she is hapy her son J.J. will be able to remember him through his songs.

dreds gathered tonight at the corner of Indiana and Lincoln Avenue in Goshen for for a candle light vigil in memory of the late John Staub.  The 26-year-old was shot and killed Thursday night during a fight.

Friends and family of Staub brought cards and lit candles.  You could tell they suffered a huge loss, but according to Staub’s widow, the one who will suffer the most is John’s six-year-old-son J.J. who will grow up without a dad.

“He is only 26. My son is only 6.  He should be growing up with his dad and now he is not”, said widow Kozi Staub.

Widow Kozi Staub says her biggest fear is raising her six-year-old son J.J. all by herself.

“Now I have to rely on one of his uncles, because I cannot teach him guy stuff”, said Kozi Staub.

Kozi Staub says she hopes the people who left her son without a father pay for what they did.

“I hope they get everything they deserve.  I do not want to see them on the street anymore”, said Kozi Staub.

She says her husband John didn’t deserve this and the amount of people at his vigil prove it.

“There are so many people that loved him, that I am getting phone calls from people that I don’t even know”, said Staub.

Kozi Staub also says her husband John loved music and that she is hapy her son J.J. will be able to remember him through his songs.

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