Springfield, Mo--Hundreds of people gathered in Springfield to honor a life cut short by reasons we still do not know.
Rusty Porter was laid to rest.
Family and friends came together to remember the Willard couple and say their final goodbyes.
The couple's remains were found in a wooded area in Taney County in late July.
Photos of the Willard couple were all throughout the Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church.
One of Rusty's sisters spoke at the funeral service.
His daughter sang.
The message was about not getting angry with God when tragedy happens.
Rusty's parents that say this is one of the hardest days of their life.
"He was my fourth born. He's been my heart for 35 years. He's been by my side. I've been by his side," said Kay Simmons, Rusty's mother.
"I just hope they find who done it. And they are prosecuted to the full extent of the law. I hope God will forgive them," said Paul Porter, Rusty's father.