Loved ones hold funeral services for Carl DeBrodie
JEFFERSON CITY - Family, friends and loved ones held a funeral for Carl DeBrodie Saturday afternoon.
Funeral services began at 11 a.m. at the Houser-Millard Funeral Home in Jefferson City. After a ceremony at the home, DeBrodie's body was carried onto a fire truck for the procession.
KOMU 8 News talked to a family member who said not to talk to anyone at the funeral to respect the family's wishes.
The procession included roughly 40 cars. It ended at the burial site, Bull Cemetery in Holts Summit.
DeBrodie was reported missing April 17, the same day a new owner took over care of people in what was known as Second Chance Homes.
Autopsy results confirmed a body found in a large container filled with concrete on April 24 was DeBrodie.
Fulton's police chief said nobody is in custody but there are "quite a few" persons of interest. As of Tuesday, investigators had not determined the cause of DeBrodie's death and are waiting for toxicology results. An investigation is ongoing.