The first funerals for victims from the Washington state mudslide are taking place even as searchers continue to look for more bodies. 

A school custodian and a popular librarian were the first to be remembered in services Saturday, two weeks after the disaster that has claimed 30 lives. 

All but one of the confirmed dead have been identified. 

Crews are still searching for 13 people unaccounted for from the massive slide that hit the rural community of Oso, about 50 miles northeast of Seattle.