Paul’s funeral service will be a private event, for his family only — with the exception of the cast and crew of ‘The Fast and the Furious,’ who have all been invited, according to a new report.
We told you Paul Walker will reportedly be laid to rest in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in the Hollywood Hills in California this weekend, and now we know that the service will be by invitation only. The strict guest list has been made mostly out of concern for Paul’s 15-year-old daughter, Meadow Walker, who is devastated by his loss.
Paul Walker’s Private Family Funeral – ’Fast & Furious’ Crew Invited
Paul’s family doesn’t want Meadow to be surrounded by strangers when she says her final goodbye to her beloved father, sources connected to the Walkers tell TMZ.
But Paul’s Fast and the Furious friends have also been invited to the funeral because his family knows how close he was with them. They must be so honored to be included.
Family sources tell the site that the funeral will be followed by a bigger memorial, which will also be by invitation only.
Paul Walker’s Funeral Plans — Final Resting Place Revealed
Paul’s final resting place was revealed on Dec. 10, one day after his remains were taken from the LA County Coroner’s Office to a local mortuary. Paul’s loved ones are planning a service for him at Forest Lawn Memorial Park this weekend, the New York Daily News reported. The cemetery picked up Paul’s remains on Dec. 9 after his autopsy last week, a source at the Los Angeles County Coroner told the paper.
“All of the funeral details are still being worked out,” but a service is being planned for this weekend, a source told E! News. The insider adds that Paul’s daughter, Meadow, is doing “as well as can be expected. She is a little lost right now and is spending a lot of time with her close friends.”
We hope that Paul’s daughter and the rest of his family will find some peace once they finally lay him to rest.
– Tierney McAfee
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