Two more victims of the Florida school shooting in Parkland were laid to rest Monday.
Fifteen-year-old Luke Hoyer was a loving, sweet person who loved basketball and "smiled all the time," his aunt Joan Cox said.
She said Luke's parents, Gena and Tom Hoyer, searched for their son at hospitals before finally going to the law enforcement command center, where they eventually learned he had died.
The service for Hoyer was held at Church by the Glades in Coral Springs.
And Alaina Petty, 14, "loved to serve," her family said. A service was held for her at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Coral Springs.
She was one of three freshmen members of the school's Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps who was killed. The youngest of four siblings, her older brother Patrick survived the shooting.
She also spent countless hours volunteering for the "Helping Hands" program of her Mormon church.
More than 1,500 mourners thronged the church for the funeral of Petty. Family members spoke at Monday's funeral about how the teen had enthusiastically joined fellow Mormon youth for cleanup efforts after Hurricane Irma struck Florida in September.
Her father, Ryan Petty, also spoke about the support the victims' families have received from their church, the community and others worldwide.
Nikolas Cruz, a 19-year-old who had been expelled from the school, is being held without bail in the Broward County Jail, accused of 17 counts of first-degree murder.