She still thinks about him every single day.
"It was nothing but good times with him, it was always good times," said Teylor Nurse.
It's been more than two years since La'Ron Harris' car plunged into the Cuyahoga River.
"I think about his last moments, how he may have felt, how he needed someone to be there," said his girlfriend Nurse.
According to reports, he drove his car off of a grassy area in Akron and right into the water. There was a passenger with him, but she said she was able to swim back to the shore. His family, friends searched for his body for days.
Harris's remains were finally found by a man fly fishing in the Cuyahoga River late last year, but it took several months to confirm the bones belonged to Harris.
Now that Harris' body has been found, his girlfriend of three years says this still isn't closure.
"You know that you found him, but you still don't know what's wrong, you still don't know what happened to him you don't know anything else," she said.
She wants the investigation to continue.
"I want to know, I want justice for him because I know he would want the same," said Nurse.
And until then, Nurse says she'll hold on to the memories.
"I would just want everybody to be positive, and just remember him in good spirits and nothing but good things," she said.