People gathered once again on Saturday to honor the life of the late San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, this time in his hometown of Seattle.
Lee died earlier this month from a heart attack at the age of 65.
Two weeks ago, thousands jammed San Francisco City Hall to say goodbye to Lee in a public memorial service that featured speeches from Lee's two daughters, Tania and Brianna, as well as political leaders Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Gov. Jerry Brown and former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, among others.
On Saturday, roughly 350 people gathered at Franklin High School in Seattle where Lee's family held another public memorial. Lee was born in Seattle to Chinese immigrants and graduated from Franklin High School in 1970.
Speakers at Saturday's memorial included Lee's daughters, relatives, friends and Gary Locke, the former U.S. ambassador to China and former governor of Washington.
His sister, Linna Kitamura, said their upbringing in Seattle public housing shaped his policies as mayor.