Since 1989, Bob and Jerry Lybarger have conducted a memorial service for their parents.
On Nov. 29, 1989, Herschel and Marjory Lybarger were killed by a drunk driver on the west edge of Brazil off United States 40.
With the exception of 2008, the family has gathered at the site, in front of Grace Chapel Ministries, in remembrance.
The event is sponsored in part through Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
On Friday, Bob Lybarger and others gathered at the site to remember Herschel and Marjory.
"We really wish we didn't have to do this," Bob said. "But (drunk driving) is an ongoing thing. It's a terrible thing."
Bob currently lives in Lizton and traveled to Brazil Friday morning for the annual ceremony. His brother was not able to attend Friday's event.
Bob told a small group of people, who also gathered, family members came to the area a few months ago to paint the crosses that are placed in front of the church in honor of his parents.
The crosses, he said, were not in great shape and needed replacing. He said the original crosses still stood until a few months ago when he received a phone call.
The call he received informed him Grace Chapel Ministries members Jodi and Tony Travis placed new crosses at the site.
"There are still a lot of good people out there," Bob said Friday.
Officials with the Clay County Sheriff's Department and Brazil City Police Department also attended Friday's ceremony.
"It's a campaign with MADD for the holiday season,' Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton said.