One of Brooklyn's most beloved figures was laid to rest on Monday. Funeral services were held for gospel singer the Rev. Timothy Wright.
It was standing-room-only at the Pilgrim Renaissance Cathedral as hundreds paid their respects to the Grammy-nominated pastor.
Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes, the Rev. Calvin Butts and the Rev. Al Sharpton were among the dignitaries.
Sharpton called it a "sad day."
Wright, 61, died April 24 from injuries he sustained in a car crash last July that killed his wife, Betty, and their 14-year-old grandson, DJ.
A wrong-way driver hit their vehicle head-on as it was traveling on a Pennsylvania highway.
Wright will be buried on Long Island.