SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- A memorial service was held Sunday at the Civic Center Plaza to remember the three people killed by a suspected drunk driver last month.
Rodney Diffendal, 40, Randy Ferris, 65, and Walter Jones, 61, were hit and killed beneath the overpass on B Street on the morning of March 15.
A friend of Randy Ferris said he was a Marine who served in Vietnam and cared for a disabled friend.
Walter Jones' sister was devastated by his loss.
"That was one of his biggest fears was to be hit by a drunk driver in a vehicle the one thing about Walter is he’s funny," said Sherry Kruska.
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The 72-year-old driver Craig Voss was arrested and found to be intoxicated, authorities said.
The Deputy District Attorney said Voss had a meth pipe on him and said he was taking medications for diabetes and his heart.