DENVER (CBS4) – Gone, but not forgotten. On Sunday dozens of friends and family members walked through Denver to remember Kenia Monge.

The 19-year-old disappeared one year ago Sunday. After a night on the town she met Travis Forbes at a bar. For months Forbes denied having anything to do with her disappearance, but finally he admitted to killing Monge and led police to her body in a Weld County field.

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“Instead of reliving the tragedy, celebrating her life with what lives we can affect in the future,” Monge’s stepfather Tony Lee said.

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Kenia Monge, right (credit: Denver Police), Travis Forbes, left (credit: Fort Collins Police)

Walkers wore pink, Monge’s favorite color. Her family has started a foundation in her name to help other grieving families.

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LINK: The Kenia Monge Foundation