The last of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims were buried Saturday.
Among them, Josephine Gay who celebrated her seventh birthday three days before she died, along with 25 others at the school.
The girl's parents wrote in a statement that their daughter had "a wonderful sense of humor" and "touched the lives of so many around her."
Funeral services were also held in Ogden, Utah for Emilie Parker, 6, one of the 20-children killed by a gunman.
Dozens of people gathered in the Parkers' hometown for a church service before heading to the gravesite.
Mourners wore pink to honor Emilie. Pink was her favorite color.
Bikers with the organization "Bikers Against Child Abuse" escorted the family to and from the funeral services.
Ana Grace Marquez-Greene, 6, was also remembered at a funeral on Saturday.
Ana is one of the 20 Newtown, Connecticut students killed in the massacre.
Hundreds turned out to honor the little girl at First Cathedral Church in Bloomfield, Connecticut.
Ana is remembered for her love of music and dance, and her talent for both.