Christian Clopp died in 2012. "I was intoxicated. I didn't know what I was doing at the time".
Burgan shared an image of the clean-up on Facebook in a message of solidarity to Christian's family, and wrote: "When Coach Desmond first heard about this story and contacted me we were both so disgusted by what we read and heard we felt we needed to go down to this memorial clean it up and disinfect it".
"Throughout all of it he was the happiest kid, never complained a day in his life", said Mark Clopp, a father still grieving the loss of his little boy, Christian.
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He said his friends and neighbors had come together to clean up the memorial and the park.
In taking the high road, Clopp told The Post that he hopes Bryan Bellace and Flippen get whatever help they need.
'He brought people together and he has accomplished that again.
Bellace told the news outlet he's reached out to Clopp to apologize for his actions. The most intelligent thing to do is to put it behind us.
The father of the boy whose memorial was urinated on has forgiven the man responsible and called the incident a "teachable moment".
Bryan Bellace, who was wearing his family's company T-shirt at the time, was charged with lewdness, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief. Flippen was charged with having an alcoholic beverage in a park.