The funeral mass for murdered Yale Univeristy graduate student Annie Le will be held Saturday afternoon at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in El Dorado Hills, Calif.
Le, who was from rural Placerville, Calif., was found dead in her Yale lab building on what would have been her wedding day.
The family planned an invitation-only service at the church, following by a burial at a nearby cemetery in Rescue, a family spokesman told The Daily News.
Le's fiance, Jonathan Widawsky, held a memorial service Wednesday for Le at his family's synagogue on New York's Long Island.
At the service, Le was remembered as a bright, vivacious, ambitious dynamo whose death cheated those who loved her, as well as those who never had a chance to meet her.
Le, 24, vanished from a Yale research building Sept. 8. Her body was found hidden in a wall recess five days later.
Raymond Clark III, 24, a lab technician who worked at Yale in the same facility where Le did her research, is behind bars and charged with her murder.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.