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A closer look at the four victims found dead on Monday

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LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) - Four different families are grieving the sudden and unexpected loss of a loved one. While there are still so many unanswered questions surrounding their death, there are many more good memories surrounding their life. With help from family members, 7 News takes a closer look at who these people were, and what they still mean to their families.

28-year-old Crystal Dawn Fruge was a life long resident of Lake Charles. She worked for several convenience stores throughout the area, and loved ones said Crystal enjoyed to cook. She also served as a caregiver. Crystal leaves behind a son, Roger Lee Green III. Her memorial service will be at 4:00 PM, Thursday, September, 9 at Johnson funeral home.

Next is 19-year-old Terry Banks. Terry went to school at Washington Marion. He also attended Delta Tech. Loved ones said Terry enjoyed spending time with his family, as well as playing Playstation and Xbox. Terry always made time to go to church. He also participated in several different sports. But, most of all, Terry loved music. Funeral arrangements for Terry Banks are still pending.

29-year-old Kendrick Warren Lavergne was also found dead on Monday morning. His family said Kendrick had a love for music. He would often find enjoyment while watching old videos of himself, performing in the Washington Marion marching band. But, above all, the people closest to him said family was number one in his life. Kendrick's funeral is scheduled for 9 AM, Saturday, September, 11 at Mill Street Church of Christ in Lake Charles.

The last victim, 7 News still knows very little about. 26-year-old Jessica Eugene, formerly of Slidell was also among the four found dead on Monday morning.   

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