>> Some 1500 mourners gathered to pay their final respects on Saturday to Barbara Bush. The former First Lady who died on Tuesday at the age of 92 was remembered for her dignity and devotion both to her family and public service. Her son, Jeb, former Florida governor and 2016 presidential candidate delivered the eulogy.
>> Mom got us through our difficult times with consistent, take it to the bank, unconditional but tough love. She called her style a benevolent dictatorship, but honestly, it wasn't always benevolent.>> Bush was the matriarch of one of the countries most prominent political dynasties. She was the wife of former US President George HW Bush and the mother of George W Bush.
>> Her children rise up and call her happy.>> She was celebrated as an inspiration for her strong sense of decency and honor.>> She was a point of light. In 1989, when many Americans lived in ignorance about HIV/AIDS, Mrs. Bush went to a home for infected infants and hugged the children there, as well as an adult male patient.
The images sent a powerful message, one of compassion, of love and of acceptance.
>> Dignitaries from around the world attended Bush's funeral at St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Houston where she and her husband were members for decades. Seated in the front row were former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Barrack Obama, along with Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama. First Lady Melania Trump was also at the service.
President Donald Trump, who clashed with the Bush family during his 2016 campaign, did not attend. Barbara Bush was laid to rest at the Bush Presidential Library at the Texas A & M University. Buried next to her daughter Robin, who died as a child from leukemia.