Loved ones and colleagues alike gathered in Nashville to pay their respects to Mindy McCready.
A memorial service was held for the late singer on March 6 in Nashville and was attended by more than 200 people, according to People.
Mindy's mother, Gayle, and Mindy's two brothers sat in the front pew of the church, along with other family members.
The service began with a recording of Mindy's song "I'll See You Yesterday," which was the last song she recorded before taking her own life on February 17 at the age of 37.
Mindy's cousin, Ashley Webb, read a letter from Mindy's father about her: "She was my beautiful daughter and she had the voice of an angel. I pray with all my heart she has found peace."
Singers Bryan White, Bekka Bramlett, and Lorrie Morgan performed songs in Mindy's memory.
Our thoughts go out to Mindy's family and friends. We miss you, Mindy.