Hundreds gathered at North Royalton High School, Wednesday evening to remember Suzanne Taylor and her daughters Taylor and Kylie Pifer.

The two girls were in college, but graduated in recent years from the school.

Many questions surround their deaths, but the remembrance event celebrated their lives.

The bodies of the mother and her two daughters were discovered in their home in North Royalton, on Sunday evening.

45-year-old George Brinkman, a friend of Suzanne Taylor’s, has been charged with three counts of aggravated murder, three counts of kidnapping and one count of tampering with evidence in the case.

Brinkman is also charged in the deaths of a Canton area couple the same weekend.

21-year-old Taylor was a student at Kent State. She loved fashion and softball.

18-year-old Kylie attended Bowling Green State University. She was involved in theater and her step-mother says she wanted to be a forensic scientist.

Their mother Suzanne is described as a devoted mom with a big personality. She worked in real estate.

The three women leave behind parents, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents and friends.

By all accounts they were well-loved and will be desperately missed.

Funeral services for Taylor and Kylie will be held this Friday in Broadview Heights.

Their mother Suzanne will be laid to rest Saturday in Middleburg Heights.