Robin Pope's ashes are carried out of the Kent Island United Methodist Church.
Rachael Pope, her daughter, is surrounded by family and friends; those who came to remember 51 years of life, including her battle with breast cancer.
"She was always like energetic. She made jokes about it, like there's pictures on her facebook of her at her chemotherapy appointments with holding a pole and she's like me pole dancing a chemo," Rachael Pope said.
There's no closure here at the Stevensville Cemetery.
Pope was last seen a month ago -- at the home she once shared with her husband.
Wayne and Robin had separated a few weeks before, and she was back to get some belongings.
"First it was all about finding her, now it's about finding closure and figuring out what happened and trying to find out if there was any foul play involved or if it was an accident," Rachael said.
Rachael has recounted the story several times and doesn't believe it's accidental.
Rachael said, "before she went to pick up things from my dad's house, she would call us and tell us that she was going there and you know what time she's going to be there and asking if we were going to be there too, and she didn't do that this time so it's just bizarre."
Wayne Pope told investigators he left the home.. And when he returned she was missing, but her car and wallet were there.
Wayne is not considered a suspect, but he has been questioned by state police. He was at the funeral along with hundreds more.
"She wouldn't want anyone to be sad. She'd want everyone to just remember her and all the good times they had with her because that's the kind of person she was," Rachael Pope said.
Sources tell ABC2 News that Pope's body found no obvious signs of trauma.
Her autopsy was conducted by Forensic Anthropologist Dr. William Rodriguez, an expert defense witness in the Casey Anthony trial.
According to Maryland State Police, they are waiting on several test results to determine the cause of death.
No word on the length of time that may take.