Logan Stevenson, the 2-year-old Pennsylvania boy who died days after he served as best man at his parents' wedding, has been laid to rest.
About 75 family and friends attended the service at the Mason-Gelder Funeral Home in Jeannette, Pa., The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported.
"His life has had an impact over the whole world," the Rev. Jan Zotter said
Christine and Sean Stevenson brought their son, Logan, home on July 26 after doctors at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh told them he had two to three weeks to live.
The couple had planned to marry next year, but moved the ceremony to Aug. 3 so Logan could participate.
Logan stood in a tan, pintstriped suit and orange shirt with his grandmother, Debbie Stevenson, during a 12-minute ceremony.
Some people attending the service left notes with pictures of Logan on poster boards bearing such headings as "Sweet Baby," ''We Miss You Already" and "The Best Man."
"Even though it was heartbreaking to let you go, Heaven is very lucky to have you," said a note from Logan's grandparents, Debbie and Larry Stevenson, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported.
Logan, who died Monday night in his mother's arms, had leukemia and other medical complications, including a mass on his remaining kidney.
"He was a fighter," said Seth Antoniak, who was with Logan and the couple as they exchanged vows. "He was 2 and had everything thrown at him."
"Logan is with God, the Father," Zotter said. "I bet he's playing baseball. I bet he's seeing the horses there."
Contributing: Associated Press
Natalie DiBlasio, USA TODAY