The parents and sisters of Tavaris and Tavaughn are now in the United States.
The brothers, who were in the United States on the Summer Work Programme, had gone with others to the popular Jaws Bridge, where four of them jumped into the sea.
The body of Tavaris has been recovered, while the search for Tavaughn continued for over 2 days, hampered at times by bad weather.
Family Spokesman, Reverend Roy Parkins said a small memorial was erected at the site of the tragedy.
The Bulgin relatives are hoping that the younger brother will be found soon.
He said the family continues to get support from the church community both in Jamaica and the USA, as well as from the Political Directorate in Clarendon.