March 16, 2010
Posted: 08:00 PM ET
A friend described the 45-minute service in Toronto as 'very sad but with a lot of laughter.'
Hundreds of friends and family packed the Thornhill memorial chapel in Toronto on Tuesday (March 16) for the funeral of actor Corey Haim, who died last week at age 38 of yet-undetermined causes.
According to The Toronto Star, more than 200 people attended the ceremony, while more than a dozen fans of "The Lost Boys" star stood quietly on the chapel lawn outside to pay their respects. Maytal Kotler — a second cousin of Haim's longtime friend and acting foil Corey Feldman who also appeared in the pair's reality show, "The Two Coreys" — described the service as "very sad but with a lot of laughter." The service was closed to the public. Among the speakers at the event were Haim's best friend and an aunt and a cousin, according to CBC News.
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