There was a special bond among the kids of Mercer Lane. Gough says the Gilsinger boys could be seen playing with all the neighborhood kids.
"If you were a stranger that came into our neighborhood you wouldn't know if those boys belonged to that house or if they belonged to Candy's house or Shannon's house because they may be raking the leaves at the neighbors just because it's fun," said Gough."It was just like one big playground."
Various city services employees and officials were on hand for Saturday night's vigil.
Glendale police closed some of the neighborhood entrances for safety, Glendale Fire crisis response teams were on hand, and Councilmember Bart Turner assured the group that help is available for people having a tough time grieving.
Turner said crisis resources are available through the Glendale Fire Department, and he encouraged parents to check their smoke alarms.
"If you can't remember the last time you changed the battery on your smoke detector, change it tonight," he said.