Most family members and some members of the ward have since gathered in Pretoria to honor the three children, Lauren’s brother Graham Fawkes told the NZ Herald.
According to photos made available to the newspaper, a tribute was erected by a pond with flowers and pictures of the three girls.
Fawkes told the Herald that the family “love them and we will always love them”.
At the Timaru vigil last week, Graham Dickason thanked the ward for their support and love.
“My words are few at the moment,” he said in a message read by Reverend Alan Cummins. “On Thursday, September 16, 2021, my life and that of Lauren were turned upside down when our three precious angels were torn from us.
“It is a loss that I will carry around with me for the rest of my life.”