CHICAGO (CBS) — Family and friends took the time Saturday to celebrate the life of a former state trooper who was murdered a week earlier.

Hundreds showed up at Rock of Ages Baptist Church in Maywood to pay their respects to Greg Rieves.

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Many of his colleagues in law enforcement attended the services.

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Rieves worked for Illinois State Police for 25 years before retiring last year.

He was fatally shot last Friday at a cigar lounge in Lisle. He and several others were watching television when the shots were fired.

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Lisa McMullan, 51, is accused of killing Rieves and injuring two other troopers. Police are still not clear on the motive. McMullan died when she turned the gun  on herself.