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Family of Lori Hacking buries remains, eight days after discovery in landfill
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OREM, Utah In Utah, family and friends buried the remains of Lori Hacking on Saturday.

The private ceremony came eight days after Hacking's body was recovered from a landfill in Salt Lake County.

Police officers who assisted in the search were also invited to participate.

Hacking's mother, Thelma Soares, placed a red rose on the casket. She hugged the Salt Lake City police officer who found the remains on October first.

Hacking's tombstone includes a picture of her and inscription reading "Our angel baby."

Hacking's husband, Mark, is accused of shooting her as she slept and dumping her body in the trash in late July. He's jailed on a murder charge and is scheduled for arraignment later this month.

Mark Hacking's parents and brother attended the funeral Saturday.

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