Randall Cunningham: Son’s Accident in Hot Tub

June 30, 2010
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This is just truly heart breaking. Randall Cunningham’s son, who was 2 years old, has passed away from drowning Tuesday. He was found in the hot tub in the back yard, used for baptisms. Family and friends are gathering to mourn the sad accident. Find out more below with a video.

The former football player is now a pastor in Las Vegas. The dad was on his way back into town when Christian was found by a woman watching several children at the home. Sadly, he later passed away at the hospital.

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Now back to the former Philadelphia Eagle’s star and how the family is coping. They are all gathering and helping everyone stay strong. Since he is now a minister he is getting a lot of support from his church family as well.

“We were there for support,” one of them said. “It’s about being a church family and supporting the family. We believe in the resurrection and we believe that his son Christian is going to be OK.”

My thoughts go out all the loved ones of Randall Cunningham & son. Please leave your thoughts below and you can check out this video as well.




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2 Responses to “Randall Cunningham: Son’s Accident in Hot Tub”

  1. 1
    Rachelle Says:

    This is a terrible tragedy.

  2. 2
    Joan Says:

    So sad to hear. Only 2-years-old! Let’s keep him in our thoughts and prayers.