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Roger Ebert remembered

CHICAGO -- Family and friends remembered and honored movie critic Roger Ebert Monday.

The 70-year-old died Thursday after a long battle with cancer.

His illness left him unable to talk.

Ebert worked in the newspaper industry for more than 40 years.

His final review was published over the weekend.

His wife spoke at the funeral.

"Heart is so full. I didn't know, this morning I didn't want to get out of bed to tell you the truth, I wanted to pretend this wasn't the day of his funeral," said Chaz Ebert, Roger Ebert's Widow.

A memorial tribute is schedule for Thursday at the Chicago Theater.

Music, moments from Ebert's TV show and personal tributes from his wife and granddaughter were all included.

 

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