Friends and family of Cory Barron came together for a vigil Thursday night to honor his memory.
The Fremont man's body was found in a landfill after he disappeared at a Jason Aldean concert in Cleveland.
Friends, family and community members packed the grounds of Fremont Ross High School to honor Barron's life, "It's had a big impact. It's shown the way the community has come together to fund ways to help support the family in this situation. we've come together a lot," explains Kent Weaver, a longtime friend of Cory Barron.
Grief counselors will be available at Fremont Ross High School to help current and former students.
A donation effort has started to help the family offset funeral cost.
Donations can be made at a fund set up at Croghan Colonial Bank.