Yakima, WA - Family and friends spoke out this morning at the command post near the crash site for the Cessna 208 that went down near White Pass on Sunday night.
Many are still coming to terms with the awful news that there are no survivors.
They hugged each other and cried, held up pictures and remembered their loved ones.
"I'll never replace Casey," says Dennis Craig, who lost his 30-year-old son in the crash, "I'll never forget Casey. I'll think about him every second of every day for the rest of my life."
Casey Craig leaves behind his parents, as well as an older brother and sister. The family enjoyed skydiving together, but he was the only one on this plane.
His father says Casey was independent. He owned his own business and died doing what he loved.