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Mindy McCready Funeral Set for Tuesday

Singer will be buried in her Florida hometown

Mindy McCready performing in Nashville, Tennessee.
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February 23, 2013 5:50 PM ET

The funeral for country star Mindy McCready has been scheduled for Tuesday in her hometown of Fort Meyers, Florida, the Associated Press reports. The service will be held at Crossroads Church.

The troubled singer committed suicide on Sunday at the age of 37, after a long struggle with addiction and mental health issues. She was found at her home in Heber Springs, Arkansas with self-inflicted gunshot wounds, according to the Arkansas authorities' autopsy report.

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A memorial service for McCready, organized by her friends and others in the music community, has been tentatively scheduled for March 6th at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Nashville. 

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