Deadly Rampage at Newtown Elementary SchoolNewtown Funerals: The Faces of Grief (Photos)The Daily Beast12.17.12Deadly Rampage at Newtown Elementary SchoolNewtown Funerals: The Faces of Grief (Photos)The Daily Beast12.17.12 7:30 PM ETLucas Jackson/Reuters, via LandovNewtown Funerals BeginThe first two child victims of the devastating Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting are being buried Monday. See photos from their funeral services. Lucas Jackson/Reuters, via Landov Mourners embrace outside the Honan Funeral Home, where the family of 6-year-old Jack Pinto held his funeral service, in Newtown, Connecticut on Monday. Pinto was one of 20 students killed in the December 14 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Spencer Platt/Getty Also at the Honan Funeral Home, a grieving man carries flowers in Pinto's honor. The young boy worshipped Giants receiver Victor Cruz, who wore Jack's name on his shoes and gloves at Sunday’s game and offered his jersey to the family. Spencer Platt/Gettty A man holds his hands in prayer as people arrive for the funeral services of six year-old Noah Pozner in Fairfield, CT. Spencer Platt/Getty A Fairfield police officer offers a supportive arm as he arrives at Pozner's service. Spencer Platt/Getty Two women hold each other up as they arrive at Pozner's service. Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Veronika Pozner, mother of Noah, is flanked by support as she walks toward the funeral home. Pozner and Pinto were the first victims to be buried. On Tuesday, the first of the girls, also aged six, is due to be laid to rest. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty A photo of Caroline Previdi lays on a makeshift shrine to the victims of the Sandy Hook shooting. Mike Segar/Reuters, via Landov Rain drops fall on a tearful angel figurine, also placed on the shrine. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters, via Landov A memorial honoring all 26 victims of the Sandy Hook elementary school shootings is pictured in the small Connecticut town shattered by an act of "unconscionable evil," as President Obama referred to the massacre last week.