A vigil will be held Friday for Neto White, following visitation and Rosary at Memorial Gardens Funeral Home and Cemetery.
White, 9, died Monday after an SUV slammed into a minivan he and another person were pushing when it ran out of gas on Pikes Peak Avenue.
The vigil will be held at the site of accident at Pikes Peak and South Parkside Drive.
Visitation will run from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Rosary will be held at 6 p.m. The vigil will follow Rosary.
Neto, in an obituary, was described as “a fun, loving, smart little man who was always smiling. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He was taken from this life unexpectedly and will be greatly missed.”
Seventeen-year old Leandro Carabajal was also killed in the crash. Anjelica White, Neto’s sister, suffered broken bones in her hand and ankle.
Robert Icenogle, 47, was the driver of the Dodge Durango that hit the minivan. He was arrested on two counts of vehicular homicide.