OAKLAND (CBS / AP) – Funeral services have been held for two victims of the warehouse fire Dec. 2 in Oakland that killed 36 people.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the separate funerals were held Sunday in the San Francisco Bay Area for video artist Jonathan Bernbaum and the youngest victim, 17-year-old Draven McGill.

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The newspaper says that relatives and loved ones described Bernbaum, a 34-year-old Berkeley native and Oakland resident, a smart man who loved all things media, had a penchant for arguing and was a loyal friend and son who kept in touch.

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Services were also held for Draven McGill, 17, the youngest person to die in the blaze. The private services, held at a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Hayward, included a performance by the Pacific Boychoir Academy, to McGill belonged, the Chronicle repored. His father is Alameda County sheriff’s Deputy Phil McGill.

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