Christian Santo is hard to forget. His parents Karen and Bill couldn’t be more proud of him. “Christian was just one of these people that just wanted to help everyone,” Karen said. “He put himself last all the time.” When he wasn’t giving haircuts to children with autism, playing baseball or spending time with family, the 27-year-old Xaverian H.S. graduate was finding a way to help someone else. “I learned more about my son Christian when he passed away than I knew of him when he was alive,” Bill said. “He was all heart, my son.” Read More