HINGHAM (CBS) – For 71-year-old Joe D’Arrigo the Boston Marathon is a family legacy. “It’s family, it’s tradition and we will not be intimidated. We’ve been going to the marathon with my children for 37 years,” D’Arrigo said wearing his new marathon jacket in Hingham with his four daughters.
For Joe’s 70th birthday last year his dream was to have all four of his daughters cross the finish line together. “As we were approaching we were excited to finish together,” daughter Kerri Roberts said. When they got to mile 25 the bombs exploded and their dream came to an end.
This year all four of Joe’s daughters are back and ready to finish what they started. “For us standing on Mass Ave. last year we knew we were going to do it. There’s was no question about it. For us it’s family,” D’Arrigo said.
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