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North End’s Teddy Pasto Runs Boston’s “Run To Remember” Half Marathon

Teddy Pasto of the North End completed Boston’s Run to Remember half marathon this past Sunday in memory of his grandfather, Bill Ruprecht.

During his life, Bill served in the Air Force and was the Commander of the AMVETS post in Randolph, a position that he was very proud to have for many years. Sadly, he passed away five years ago after a long battle with Alzheimer’s Disease.

In memory of him, Teddy ran the half marathon to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association. He also ran in honor of Boston Police.

So far, Teddy has raised $2,655 for Team End ALZ. Visit Teddy’s page for more details.

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4 Replies to “North End’s Teddy Pasto Runs Boston’s “Run To Remember” Half Marathon

  1. Great job Teddy you are the most respectful young adult I have ever met and I have so much respect for you. Your family and your grandfather though no longer here I’m sure is very proud of you as I am ❤️🙏

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