Today was a day to remember. A day for families who have been affected by violence to honor loved ones lost to murder. The third annual, day of remembrance for murder victims was held at the statehouse Augusta today. Dozens of families gathered at the statehouse with pictures of relatives to share. The ceremony lasted about three hours with speeches from Arthur Jette, who is the leader of the Maine chapter for parents of murdered children, attorney general Janet Mills, and songs were sung by Bill Fink and Tina Theberg.