Montclair Mom Sends Message of Thanks to Basketball Players at Tuers Park

BY  |  Sunday, Jun 29, 2014 8:45am

Henry on the right, with his little brother Teddy

Henry on the right, with his little brother Teddy

Montclair mom, Alexandra Schulz is very grateful for the kindness of strangers this morning. Last evening, her 5 year old son Henry had a seizure while playing at Tuers Park. His babysitter said that a group of men, who were playing basketball, went over to help.

Alexandra thanked them in person, but she says it’s not enough, and wants to share her gratitude:

Gentlemen, the help and support you have to my son and babysitter means more to me than anything. I thank you for being there, and responding and helping as fast as you did. You are good people. If you do not have kids, someday I hope you do. I think you will be wonderful and caring parents. Thank you for helping my child and putting your good energy into the world.

She adds that Henry is 100% perfect today. “I am just so grateful for the help of these sweet basketball guys.”

 

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Sad. Let's hope that this is not its "Last Tango." One of the most beautiful and iconic buildings in town. Valentino, Garbo, Keaton must have played there.

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