Two families ripped devastated by the murders of their loved ones came together for a memorial service.
Family and police are still pleading for tips, while praying for one another.
Inside a Grosse Pointe Park home, a prayer service was held to celebrate the life of Paige Stalker.
The 16-year-old honor student at University Liggett was gunned down in Detroit last December 22nd.
To this day, no one has been arrested for her murder, despite a reward of more than $162,000.
Paige's family has also become close with the family of Christina Samuel, a 22-year-old college graduate and aspiring law student killed just days after Paige.
There's also been no arrest for Christina’s murder - despite numerous tips.
What has happened is an outpouring of support from the community, including two separate scholarships in Paige’s name through Beaumont Hospital and her old school.
A park will also be dedicated in memory of both girls, along the border of Detroit and Grosse Pointe Park.
Tonight night at 11, the family of Christina Samuel opens up in an emotional interview you'll see only on 7.