Military service members, police officers and first responders who had worked at the crash site carried the three caskets of unidentified human remains draped with American flags to the front of a tent-covered stage used for ceremonies over the weekend, said Carol O’Hare, whose mother, Hilda Marcin, died on Flight 93.

Among the speakers were Somerset County Coroner Wally Miller and clergy members representing the faiths of the passengers and crew — a Rabbi, a Catholic priest, a Lutheran minister and a Buddhist priest, she said.

The caskets were taken in hearses to the nearby crash site, marked by a large boulder in a field of wildflowers. Family members and other guests followed in a procession led by a bagpiper, she said.