BOSTON (CBS) – A jury found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty on all 30 counts against him in the Boston Marathon bombings trial. It took the jury about 11 hours of deliberations to return the verdict.

Lingzi Lu, Krystle Campbell and Martin Richard were killed in the bombings. MIT police Officer Sean Collier was shot to death days later. Their families are honoring their memories by helping others.

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Martin Richard

The youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombings, Martin Richard, 8, of Dorchester, was watching the runners cross the finish line with his mother Denise, father Bill, sister Jane and brother Henry.

Team MR8 runs the marathon in memory of Martin.

Lingzi Lu

Twenty-three-year-old Lingzi Lu came to Boston to study economics and finance at Boston University. She left her industrialized city of Shenyang in Northern China, hoping that receiving an American graduate degree would give her an advantage in the business world.

The Lingzi Foundation honors her legacy by providing educational opportunities for “ambitious and courageous students.”

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Krystle Campbell

Twenty-nine-year-old Krystle Campbell of Medford never missed a Boston Marathon. She was just feet from Martin Richard when the bombs went off. She was loud and fun and her energy infectious.

A posthumous degree was given to her by UMass Boston. The school has established a scholarship in her name.

Sean Collier

MIT Police Officer Sean Collier was killed three days after the bombings while on duty in Cambridge. All he ever wanted to be was a police officer.

Team Collier Strong helps aspiring police officers who are kind and altruistic.

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Sean Collier MIT Memorial Fund