HipHollywood has obtained exclusive photos from inside the funeral services of the late great, Bobby Womack.
A memorial service for Womack was held on Thursday morning at the City of Refuge church in Los Angeles. Family and friends gathered at the famed church to honor the “If You Think You’re Lonley Now” singer who died on June 27 at the age of 70. During the home going celebration, the church’s pastor, Bishop Noel Jones read the eulogy.
Inside the church, gorgeous floral arrangements and photos of the late singer were placed around the casket and throughout the building.
Following the services, a repass was held at Chakra Indian restaurant where Bobby’s loved ones enjoyed traditional and creative Indian cuisine. A source tells HipHollywood that the family is “doing well.”
According to reports, prior to Womack’s death, the singer had suffered from cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.
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