Visitation is Monday evening in Chardon for 16-year-old Demetrius Hewlin, and his funeral Mass is Tuesday morning. Visitation for 17-year-old Russell King Jr. will be Wednesday, with a funeral the next morning in Chardon.
Hewlin attended Chardon High. King and Parmertor were vocational school students, waiting in the Chardon High cafeteria for their daily bus when they were shot.
One student who was hurt remains in serious condition, and another was released from the hospital.
The assistant football coach credited with chasing the gunman from the school said Thursday that he wanted the victims' families to know he had tried to comfort the children.
"I prayed with them. I wiped their tears and I know God was with them," an emotional Frank Hall said.
The motive for the shooting is unclear, though the prosecutor appeared to rule out theories involving bullying or drug-dealing.
Lane was a normal boy who excelled in school and played outside often with his sister, building snow hills and skateboarding, according to Steve Sawczak, a family friend who's a pastor and has worked with troubled children.
Associated Press writers Kantele Franko and Andrew Welsh-Huggins in Columbus and Ted Shaffrey in Chardon and AP photographer Tony Dejak also contributed to this report.