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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Caylee Marie Anthony Memorial Service (full video)

Caylee Marie Anthony

Memorial Service

Full Video

On February 10, 2009, the nation gathered to remember the little girl who touched the nation. Disappearing in June, the country waited breathlessly for word of her return. Meanwhile, attention shifted to her mother, Casey Anthony who failed to report her daughter missing. Over the next six months, CNN’s Nancy Grace led the search with continued broadcasts hoping to uncover the truth in Caylee Marie’s disappearance.

It didn’t take long for suspicion to fall upon Casey. Soon, her family, George, Cindy, and Lee would meet the scrutiny of the public eye, all while Caylee was gone.

On December 11, 2008 the search for Caylee ended. Her remains were found in a wooded area near the Anthony family home. Soon, the remains were identified.

On Feb. 10, 2009, the nation had a chance to grieve the loss of the little girl whom they had hoped and prayed would return safely to her grandparents who had searched for her.

Here is the program for Caylee Marie Anthony’s Memorial Service

Remembering The Life Of Caylee Marie Anthony

First Baptist Orlando — Tuesday 10, 2009 — 10 a.m. — Worship Center

Piano Medley of Caylee’s Favorite Songs — Donna Cox

“Child of Mine” — Katie Cox

“The Prayer” — Nancy Rodriguez

Prayer — Pastor David Uth

“No More Night” — Kyle Thomas

Message — Pastor David Uth

“My Heart Will Go On” — Nancy Rodriguez

“One More Day” — Glenn Cox

“Because Jesus Lives” — Broken Vessels

Message — Shane Stutzman

“I Can Only Imagine” — Pastor Herkie Walls

Words from Caylee’s Family — Anthony Family Members

“O How He Loves You and Me” — Pastor Herkie Walls

“Homesick” — Kyle Thomas

“If I Had Only Known” — Katie Cox

Gone Too Soon — Video

“Caylee’s Song” — Jon Whynock

Prayer — Shane Stutzman

“To Where You Are” — Kyle Thomas

Prayer — Pastor David Uth

Here is the entire video of the Caylee Anthony Memorial Service. After the service concludes, there is one additional video that shows doves being released in memory of Caylee.

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