Ryan O’Neal and his son Redmond were joined by Joan Collins, Tatum O’Neal and Marla Maples at a private funeral Tuesday in downtown Los Angeles to celebrate the life of Farrah Fawcett, according to People. Alana Stewart and Fawcett’s doctor Lawrence Piro delivered the eulogies in front of 200 guests at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. “Goodbye sweet girl,” said Stewart at the hour-long service. “[Farrah] never felt sorry for herself during her illness … she fought cancer furiously.”
Ryan and Redmond served as pallbearers and a man in a kilt played “Amazing Grace” on a bagpipe. Fawcett, 62, died last Thursday after a long battle with cancer.