Jun 10, 2016 9:47 PM
MANCHESTER - As the sun started to go down Friday night, dozens walked down Wilson Street with candles in hand, to honor and remember the lives of the young family who was killed in a fire Monday.
Sherry Letendre lives just down the street and organized the vigil to bring everyone together.
"I just wanted to bring the community together to remember the lives lost," Letendre said.
The victims were Joshua Harrison, 33, Ailene Moody, 39, Joshua Harrison, 10, and Jay Michael Garon, 8.
Christopher and Jacob Camley were friends with the two young brothers who died and left candles at the growing memorial as they remember their friends.
"People were sometimes mean, so they were always next to me helping me out," Christopher said.
The arrangements will be held on Saturday June 11. There will be a from 5 to 8 p.m. with a memorial service following. The services will be held at Phaneuf Funeral Home at 243 Hanover Street in Manchester.
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