Category: Australia Published on Thursday, 10 May 2012 23:58 Written by Hope Harrison
The funeral service of the mother of three, Alison Baden-Clay, who disappeared from her house almost a fortnight earlier and was found dead in bushland, was carried out on Friday and was attended by hundreds of people.
The funeral services took place at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Ipswich with countless number of people attending the ceremony and paying their last respects. Additional seating arrangement was made for the mourners outside the Church with quite a few screens showing the ceremony. Friends and family of Allison mourned and remembered the amazing person she was. Her husband, Gerard Baden-Clay and her three children were also present at the ceremony. It began at 11 am.
Students from old school of Mrs. Baden-Clay had participated in the funeral services and gave their friend an honor guard as her casket was lifted to be taken away. Parents of the murdered Baden-Clay launched an appeal to all those who attended the service to stand by her three daughter and demand justice for their mother.