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POCATELLO -- The Pocatello community created a memorial for the family killed by carbon monoxide over the weekend.

Balloons, cards and stuffed animals line the sidewalk in front of the Parrish family's home.

A vigil was organized earlier this week by students of Highland High School. They spent the day wearing green and painting the rock in front of their school to honor their former classmate who was one of the young boys that died.

A funeral service will be held Thursday for Bill and Ross Parrish, along with their two youngest children, 14-year-old Keegan and 12-year-old Liam.

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