Children not much older than the four siblings sang an opening hymn at this morning funeral.
A grieving mother got to say a final goodbye to her children along with hundreds of others from throughout the community.
In English and Vietnamese ach speaker tried to provide some comfort for the family. The children's uncle says the words and prayers are a important part of the families healing process.
"I guess everybody's happy to see the whole community coming together. The families really happy about it." said Kam Phengsisomboun.
Thanks to the efforts of the hundreds of volunteers the children are together again, 3 year old Ryan Phan, 2 year old Hannah Loung, 1 year old Lindsey Loung, and four month old Danny Loung.
Those who knew the family and many who did not felt it was important to attend today's service.
"We're so glad we came, because we've been following this story f those little angles, and we feel like this will bring closure." said one woman from Semmes.
"It will be a while getting over this." said a man who knows the children's father.
As each of of the four tiny caskets was brought out the Community Center building, they were loaded into individual hearse, along with wreaths baring the names of each of the four children.
"It just gives me hope. We've got an auditorium full of people who are demonstrating that there's more good in this world than there is evil, and that is a hopeful thing." said D.A. John Tyson Jr.
The children are buried in the odd fellow ceremony near the family's home Irvington.
The children's father Lam Loung is in the metro jail tonight facing four counts of capital murder.