LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – A memorial created.

"Kam loved his cars. Archie loved to draw. Savannah just turned 16. She loved lip gloss and she had a lot of friends also," Carla Harrison, Kameron's grandmother, said.

A place to pray and to remember.

The charred building now decorated with colorful balloons and signs of love for Archimeda Riley, 41, and her kids Savannah Cooper, 16, and Kameron Harris, 11.

"My heart aches. My heart aches for what I loss. I've had such a great loss," Gwen Brown, Archimeda's mother said.

All three died in a Tuesday night fire that police say was intentionally set by 26-year-old Danesha Peden. Carla Harris is Kameron's grandmother and lived in the apartment above him and his family.

"To seem them bring my grandson out unresponsive and then I saw them bring Archie out and they laid her right in front of me while I was on that stretcher giving her CPR. It's going to be a long time before I ever forget that," Carla said.

Returning to the scene of the tragedy, family and friends embraced and tears fell for the three lives cut short.

Peden is currently being held at Metro Corrections with a $500,000 bond.