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Hundreds gather at funeral of four members of the same family of nine including a baby girl who drowned in Missouri duck boat tragedy

  • Hundreds of people gathered for funerals of 40-year-old Glenn Coleman, nine-year-old Reece, seven-year-old Evan and one-year-old Arya
  • Tia Coleman and a nephew were the only survivors among Coleman family members who boarded …

Guest arrive for the funeral of Glenn Coleman, Reece Coleman, Evan Coleman and Arya Coleman on Friday in Indianapolis

Glenn Coleman
Arya Coleman

Reece Coleman
Evan Coleman

The sunken 'Ride the Ducks' duck boat in Branson, Missouri, is raised from the bed of Table Rock Lake in Missouri on July 23

Nine members of the Coleman family were killed after a duck boat capsized and sank during a storm in Branson, Missouri

Grace Apostolic Church in Indianapolis hosted the service for the husband and three children of Tia Coleman

Tia (pictured) and a nephew were the only survivors among 11 Coleman family members who boarded the boat on July 19

Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry breaks down in tears after giving a speech at the memorial

Congressman Andre Carson was among dignitaries who attended and spoke at the somber event Friday

Mourners wept and comforted one another while paying their respects to the deceased family members

From top left: Butch Coleman, Ray Coleman, Glenn Coleman, Angela Coleman (seen holding Maxwell). From bottom left: Reece Coleman, Belinda Coleman and Evan Coleman

Steve Smith
Lance Smith

Bill Asher (right) and Rose Hamman (left), were also killed. The couple were on their last night of vacation when they boarded the boat

Leslie Dennison (second from left) died saving her 12-year-old granddaughter Alicia. She is being mourned as a hero

Pictured: Robert 'Bob' Williams, who was driving the boat when it went down

William and Janice Bright, 65 and 64, were among the 17 people killed in the duck boat tragedy. The couple were on holiday celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary when they lost their lives on Thursday