"899 days until today. I have a broken heart because I live without Samuel," said a tearful Goo.
Campbell committed suicide one day before his sentencing in March 2012.
On Tuesday, Murray would learn his sentence, but not before turning to face tearful family members an arm's length away.
"I'm real sorry," he said.
"Tell my Sammy you're sorry," said Kassebeer's grandmother Julie.
"I'm sorry," said Murray.
The judge then sentenced Murray to five years probation and six months behind bars.
"He apologized. It doesn't help, because I don't have Sammy, but at least he said he was sorry," said Julie Kassebeer.
Every year on the day of the crash, she said her family holds signs along the road, telling drivers to not race and to not drink and drive. It is a tradition honored with heavy hearts.
"Their decision to drink drive and race took my life away," said Goo.