Funeral services were held Sunday at the Kansas Union Ballroom for the Glover familiy members who were recently killed in a overnight fire. Five coffins lay in state in the ballroom as over 1,000 friends and family members attended the funeral.
A picture of DaVonte Brockman along with roses and a football to remind others of DaVonte's love of football rest on his casket Sunday afternoon in the Kansas Union ballroom.
Pastors, from left, Joe Luna, Paul Winn Jr.,and Richard Rounds escorted one by one the caskets of the Glover family to a hearse to be taken to the funeral home. The private graveside memorial will be held today at Oak Park Cemetery. Sunday's service was attended by over 1,000, filling the Kansas Union Ballroom.
Team members of DaVonte Brockman's football team, the Twisters, came wearing their jerseys to help show their feelings for a friend and team member. Sunday's services brought members of the Lawrence community togather along wiith family members to remember the five family members killed in a house fire last week.
Two caskets rest, one with a picture of Nolan Vender, one of the four children who perished in last week's house fire, which killed 5 members of the Glover family.