Noah pozner, jack pinto. Amy, you've spent the weekend meeting with the families and learning more about the children. I have realized it's so important for many of these families that their children... See More
Noah pozner, jack pinto. Amy, you've spent the weekend meeting with the families and learning more about the children. I have realized it's so important for many of these families that their children and loved ones are not forgotten. They want people across the country to know their names, their faces, and remember how they lived. ♪ these are the faces of innocence. 12 bright-eyed girls and eight boys who had so much living left to do. 6-year-old emilie parker was a big sister. She loved the draw and always carried her markers and pencils. Her father was teaching her how to speak portuguese. The strength she showed us is remarkable. She's an incredible person. I'm so blessed to be her dad. Reporter: Noah pozner and his twin sister celebrated their sixth birthday last month. She survived the shooting. Noah did not. The family of 7-year-old grace McDONNELL TELLS US OUR DAUGHTER Grace was the love and the light of our family. Words cannot express our sense of loss. 6-year-old ana marquez greene just moved to newton from canada. Here she is singing with her brother. ♪ Come now almighty king help us guide ♪ Reporter: Catherine hubbard was 6 years old and the niece of an abc employee. Her family asked for continued prayers. The family of 6-year-old olivia engel tells us she loved school and was good at math and reading. Her physical loss will be felt by everyone who loved her the most. Her spirit will live on. 6-year-old jesse lewis was looking forward to making ginger bread houses in class that day. His father was to join him. Jessica rekos, who was 6, her parents said they wanted to create happy memories for their children. Jessica loved to go sandy hook, such pride because her dad went there, too. I sat down with jessica's
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