The community continues to remember those killed in the Schoharie limo crash, and Monday night friends and family came out to honor Amanda Rivenburg.

Calling hours were held at Christ our Light Catholic Church in Loudonville.

Those who went to the church Monday remembered Amanda for the things she loved, like the Mets, the Giants, competing as a cheerleader and spending time with the people in her life.

Amanda graduated from Colonie Central High School in 2007 and earned her college degree from SUNY Plattsburgh in 2011.

Those Spectrum News spoke with say Amanda spent her life serving others, working at Living Resources, a center for people with disabilities, and making a positive impact.

"Amanda was one of those people that right away her heart was in the right place," said Paul Pierce, whose son was part of Rivenburg's program. "This is a real tragedy. There is no reason something like this has to happen to good-hearted people."

A burial mass for Rivenburg will be held Tuesday at Christ Our Light Catholic Church.