Eulogy for Const. Larche is by his brother, a member of the Armed Forces.
'He was selfless in every aspect of his life'
"He was not only my brother, but my best friend."
Doug & Nadine celebrated their 12th anniversary days before he died.
'We can only hope that no other family will have to go through this again.'
'Doug chose to serve. He loved being a police officer and the people of Moncton were lucky to have him in their community'
The service for Const. Ross is now starting.
Pastor recalls Ross met his wife Rachel at church. Ross was intent on 'capturing her heart.'
Ross' brother-in-law now delivering his eulogy
'Dave's passion for his job was tremendous.'
'What Dave was in life he will remain in death.'
He says the country will join Ross' family in mourning.
The service for Const. Gevaudan is now starting. Eulogy will be delivered by his spiritual advisor.
'Fabrice lived a heart-centred life.'
'Fabrice made a difference because he had joy in his heart. Because he lived a heart-centred life, a life where love is the main ingredient.'
Advisor urges mourners to live in the moment. 'Every hour you spend trying to recapture yesterday is an hour you're stealing from today.'
'Au revoir mon ami. May your spirit be at rest.'
'This is a time of great sadness' - PM Stephen Harper
Harper now addressing the mourners.
'Together we struggle for answers.'
'In a time of trauma, you were brave. And now in a time of grief, you have stepped forward to start the healing' - Harper
Assistant Commissioner Roger Brown now at the podium
'They sacrificed their lives to protect the citizens of Moncton. This is why they're exceptional men'
'While citizens were running for safety, our brave men and women were running toward the danger, with the duty of serving others'
Roger says the six children will hear about what great people their dads were.
Codiac RCMP superintendent Marlene Snowman now speaking. Says the fallen officers "took action" to protect the community.
Snowman: They are heroes and we will never forget the sacrifice the officers made.
Snowman says she's blessed to "have known and worked with" the officers.
RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson now at the podium. Tells the families of the fallen officers that policing family shares their "profound sadness."
"We share the ideals for which they made the ultimate sacrifice," Paulson says of the Mounties.
The RCMP will always remember these heroes, Paulson says: Your sons, brothers, husbands. "I am proud of them, and Canada as a whole is grateful."
Audience now stands as the Archbishop of Moncton, Valery Vienneau, recites a prayer.
Mourners stand for the playing of 'Last Post.'
RCMP officers now folding flags
RCMP now presenting fallen officers' Mountie hats to their families.
Pallbearer visibly emotional as fallen officers' caskets carried out of the coliseum.
Mourners file out of the Moncton Coliseum following the regimental funeral for Constables Douglas James Larche, Fabrice Georges Gevaudan and Dave Joseph Ross.