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Mindy's mother, stepfather and brothers are all on hand to speak at the service, but her two sons are absent.
The family will remember McCready in her home state of Florida, while her friends and colleagues will pay homage to her in Nashville which she called home after breaking into country music industry.
The Superman depicter on 'Lois and Clark' remembers the late country music singer as a manipulative person, saying he's not surprised by her suicide.
The mother says family is still finding a way to cope with her death as saying, 'We break down and tell stories about her and laugh and talk about her and then break down again.'
A rep for the 'Guys Do It All the Time' hitmaker states that the Nashville memorial has been set to honor the late singer, but the exact date and location are still unclear.
Mario Lopez, Kristin Chenoweth, John Rich and Chely Wright are among the other stars who are saddened by the bad news of Mindy's passing on Sunday, February 17.
According to reporter Andrea Canning, Mindy 'shot and killed herself' on Sunday, February 17 after facing a hard time dealing with her boyfriend's sudden death in January.
McCready is cleared of drug and alcohol testing, and is deemed 'mentally stable enough' that she's allowed to undergo outpatient treatment.
The 'Guys Do It All the Time' singer is ordered by judge to go to rehab after admitting that she turns to alcohol to help ease her pain following her boyfriend's death.
The 'Guys Do It All the Time' singer also says she didn't attend Wilson's memorial because it's just 'a bunch of David's friends got together and got drunk in memory of David.'
David Wilson, who was the biological father of McCready's second son, is believed to have shot himself to death at his Arkansas home where he's living with the singer.
Mindy and her boyfriend David Wilson are thrilled with the baby, saying in a joint statement, 'It was a long and trying pregnancy; we're so happy he's here.'
The 'Guys Do It All the Time' singer also explains in an interview with '20/20' that she took Zander from her mother's home because he was beaten with a wooden spoon.
The troubled singer could be facing charges on violating a custody arrangement and a judge's order to return the young boy to his guardian.
Though ordered by a judge to return her 5-year-old son by December 1, the 'Ten Thousand Angels' singer may be unable to do so because she's nearly seven months along in her pregnancy.