FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (WXYZ) - The family of Rosemary and Salvatore Cipriano say they are showing improvements, but remain in critical condition following this week's assault.
The update came in a statement released to the press that also revealed the funeral details for Robert Cipriano.
The statement reads as follows:
The family is grateful for the abundance of love, support, and prayers from their community. Both Rosemary and Salvatore continue to show improvement, but remain in critical condition. With your prayers and the help of the doctors and staff at Botsford Hospital, we are optimistic that they will recover.
We are grateful that the media, in cooperation with law enforcement, continue to honor the family's request for privacy in this gravest of times.
Funeral services for Robert Cipriano will be held at McCabe Funeral Home on this Monday and Tuesday from 2-8 PM. Religious services will be held next door to McCabe Funeral Home at Saint Fabian Catholic Church. For additional details for the funeral services go to: www.mccabefuneralhome.com .
Donations may be made to the "Cipriano Childrens Trust" in care of McCabe Funeral Home, 31950 West Twelve Mile Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48334.
Rosemary and Robert's adopted son Tucker has been charged in the assaults. Police say he and a friend broke into the family home and attacked his mother, father and brother with baseball bats.
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