From April 8
Hundreds of people packed the Coushatta boat launch for a memorial service for David Loftin Jr, 25 and Hannah Griffith, 15.
Mourners sang songs and prayed for the two and their families.
A make shift memorial has been set up right at the bank of the river where the two went missing.
Meanwhile, one body has been recovered in the search along the Red River for the two boaters who have been missing since last week Thursday.
According to Red River Sheriff Johnny Ray Norman, Loftin's body was recovered Tuesday afternoon not far from where the boat reportedly capsized. Funeral arrangements have not been announced.
Griffith's body has still not been found and authorities say they will not stop looking until she is found.
As soon as that happens and the waters calm down, they say they will begin the recovery of three vehicles which were found by sonar equipment at the bottom of the river.
Story by Tania Francois
From April 7
A memorial service has been set for 15-year-old Hannah Griffith a 10th grader at Lakeview High School and is from Fairview Alpha and 25-year-old David Loftin Jr. who is from Martin.
The service will be Tuesday night at 7 pm at the Coushatta boat launch where they went missing last Thursday morning. Their bodies have not been recovered and the search continues. Funeral services have not been set and will be on hold until their remains are found. The family wants to thank all of the people who helped in the search and who continue to search.
From April 4
Sheriff Johnny Ray Norman says the search for the two missing people continued today with no luck. He says the search will be called off at night fall and will begin again Saturday morning.