"Brittany was the funny one she was really loud and outgoing. Carley was a little quieter she didn't talk as much but she was funny she was and amazing person," says friend Courtney Parker.
It was hard for family and friends to hold back the tears as they said goodbye to two Carley and Brittany Jordan.
The Two sisters, whose lives friends say showed so much promise.
"I miss them I wish it never would have never happened and I would give anything in the world for them to be right here," says cousin Joseph Williams.
Loved ones say the two were known for their extraordinary kindness, as well as a passion for dancing.
"You had such a beautiful set of girls each one of them gave something different on the stage,"says dance teacher Kelli Dickens.
Nearly one thousand people gathered to pay their respects Saturday afternoon at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church in Ocean Springs.
" I wanted to be Carley I wanted to grow up and be just like here and Brittany was the sister I never got to have,"says Parker.
Their smiles together with a witty sense of humor are described as unforgettable.
"They had the biggest smiles they just smiled and it was so funny taking they're pictures," says Dickens.
"They always had the most fun. Everybody was glad to be around them,"says former classmate Todd Gollott.
And for family and friends, those good times, they say are what they are going to remember the most. I love both Brittany and Carley with all my heart," says long time friend.
I will always think about them I will never forget about them, "says Williams.
21 year old Joshua Scott Bozeman, another victim of Thursday's accident, was also laid to rest during a private memorial Saturday morning in Biloxi.
Funerals for the other three young victims are scheduled for Monday.
The two others injured in the accident are at Forrest General Hospital in Hattiesburg.
20 year old Allen Martel of Biloxi was upgraded Saturday from critical to serious but stable condition.
21 year old Chris Rutland, also of Biloxi, is listed in stable condition.