Eunice Shriver Kennedy's funeral service took place on Friday August 14 at Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Hyannis, Massachusetts.

Shriver's husband Sargent and their five children were pallbearers at the funeral service. And her son-in-law California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger presented a responsorial psalm at the church.

Shriver's son Anthony said, Through all the chaos and all the craziness that's my family and is my mother that at the end of the day she picked up the phone every single day and called me.

Her children, Maria, Mark, Anthony, Timothy and Robert delivered the eulogy.

Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who emerged from a powerful male-dominated political family to found the Special Olympics and become a leading advocate of the mentally disabled, died on Tuesday at the age of 88.

Shriver, the sister of former President John F. Kennedy, died about 2 a.m. local time at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis, the Massachusetts town on Cape Cod synonymous with the Kennedy dynasty.

Pallbearers

Pallbearers carry the casket of Eunice Kennedy Shriver into Saint Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church in Hyannis, August 14, 2009.
Pallbearers

Pallbearers (L-R) Anthony Kennedy Shriver, Sam Shriver, Maria Kennedy Shriver, Robert Kennedy Shriver, Tim Shriver Jr, Mark Kennedy Shriver and Tim Kennedy Shriver carry the casket of Eunice Kennedy Shriver in a procession to funeral services at Saint Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church in Hyannis, Massachusetts, August 14, 2009.
Pallbearers

Pallbearers (L-R) Anthony Kennedy Shriver, Sam Shriver, Maria Kennedy Shriver, Robert Kennedy Shriver, Tim Shriver Jr, Mark Kennedy Shriver and Tim Kennedy Shriver carry the casket of Eunice Kennedy Shriver in a procession to funeral services at Saint Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church in Hyannis, August 14, 2009.
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Maria Kennedy Shriver and her brother Anthony Kennedy Shriver stand over the casket of their mother Eunice Kennedy Shriver before funeral services at Saint Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church in Hyannis, August 14, 2009.