The only Americans lost in last month's Italian cruise ship disaster were memorialized Saturday, according to the Star Tribune.
White Bear Lake residents Jerry and Barb Heil drew hundreds of people to a memorial mass in their honor.
The Heils are among the 15 missing from the Costa Concordia which struck a reef near a Tuscan Island and sank on Jan. 13, according to WCCO-TV.
Thirty-two people are believed to have perished in the cruise ship accident, including the 15 missing. Italian authorities stopped searching the ship at the end of January due to dangerous conditions.
Italian prosecutors are still investigating the ship's captain, Francesco Schettino, for possible criminal charges, including allegedly abandoning his ship before all passengers and crew were evacuated.