EAST LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – The families of Brian Fraser and Alexandria Verner laid their loved ones to rest Saturday after they were shot and killed Monday during a mass shooting at MSU.

Fraser and Verner are two of three students, including Arielle Anderson, that died in that shooting.

On Saturday, hundreds gathered to celebrate and honor their lives.

Hundreds of people filled St. Paul on the Lake Catholic Church to pay their respects to Brian Fraser.

Fraser grew up in Grosse Pointe and was a sophomore at Michigan State University studying business. He was also the president of their chapter of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. At a visitation, people that knew him described him as one of a kind.

“Everyone is going to miss him. He always had a big smile. The nicest most polite kid you’d ever want to meet,” Elizabeth Russano, a mother of Brian’s close friend.

Going on at the same time was the funeral for Alexandria Verner. The funeral was at Guardian Angels Catholic Church in Clawson where she was an active member of the community.

Verner was a junior at Michigan State University studying integrated biology and anthropology. An email sent by her former Superintendent describes Verner as being incredibly loved by everyone and that she was a tremendous student, athlete and leader, who exemplified kindness in her everyday life.

Arielle Anderson’s funeral will be held on Tuesday at Zion Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Detroit.