Finding strength in one another arms, friends and family gather to remember the two boys.
“These kids need to be somewhere, together,” she said.
Paige Peterson said, "He was a funny guy. You could tell him anything. He'd always make you laugh and smile. He would always cheer you up."
Shawn Graham is Dayton Gessell's uncle.
Graham told ABC 4 Utah, "These two kids were so young with so much life ahead of them."
He says the 15-year-old was an amazing young man, full of life, with bright future ahead of him.
"At 15 that's way too young,” said Graham. “He wanted to be an engineer."
Those dreams were cut short Friday when gunshots rang out at the
It's still not clear what exactly happened, but police did say three guns were found inside the home. And while questions remain,
Graham said, "I have an 8 year old son, and we were talking on the drive here, we don't know what happened in there, but obviously there were guns involved you know and I was telling him anytime you're around when guns come out you need to leave."
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