5 Years After Sandy Hook Tragedy, How 2 Dads Turned Grief Into Action Mark Barden lost his son, Daniel, at Sandy Hook. Greg Gibson lost his son, Galen, precisely 20 years before Sandy Hook at a school shooting in Massachusetts.

5 Years After Sandy Hook Tragedy, How 2 Dads Turned Grief Into Action

5 Years After Sandy Hook Tragedy, How 2 Dads Turned Grief Into Action

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Mark Barden lost his 6-year-old son, Daniel, at Sandy Hook. Greg Gibson lost his son, Galen, precisely 20 years before Sandy Hook at a school shooting in western Massachusetts. When the two dads met, they discovered not only that their sons died on the same calendar day, in the same horrible way, but that their boys also shared the same birthday.