Lee Williams still will think of his family when he sees a bus. And he will continue to warn people of the danger.
"I give these speeches for the Robins and the Kristens who haven't been killed. I give these speeches for the husbands and the wives who haven't been hurt."
"That first anniversary is the toughest," Garnett said. "Just when you think you're getting a handle on it, you get ambushed . . . and that hole in your heart is as big as a canyon."
The memorial service was the last of three ceremonies Sunday, the first drawing several hundred people and the last two more than 1,000 apiece.