The pregnant wife of a man killed in the Irish plane crash clutched her young daughters' hands as she walked behind his coffin.
Brendan McAleese, 39, a Co Tyrone businessman, was one of six to die in the accident at Cork airport last Thursday after his Manx2 flight from Belfast crashed in thick fog.
Grieving wife Anne Marie held the hands of Ava, five, and Erin, three, as they walked poignantly behind the cortege.
Irish President Mary McAleese was among other mourners for her husband's cousin at St MacNissius church in Tannaghmore, Antrim. The 1,000-strong crowd included crash survivors Donal Walsh, from Waterford, and Laurence Wilson, from Larne, Co Antrim.
Canon Malachy Murphy said Mr McAleese was the heart and soul of any gathering and adored his family.
He said: "Brendan was first and foremost a family man. He adored Anne Marie, Ava and Erin.
"All his energies were geared to providing for them. He had a warm personality, honest and generous. He looked out for others. There wasn't a selfish bone in his body."
Requiem Mass for Pat Cullinan, 45, a partner in leading accountancy firm KPMG in Belfast, also took place at St Patrick's Church in the Co Tyrone village of Cranagh.
During his funeral Mr Cullinan was described as an extraordinary, kind and charitable gentleman. Sympathy was extended to all the other victims' families.
The other four victims were Spanish pilot Jordi Gola Lopez, 31; co-pilot Andrew Cantle, 27, from York; 49-year-old businessman Richard Noble, who was originally from Derbyshire but lived in Northern Ireland, and Captain Michael Evans, 51, deputy harbour master in Belfast. Six other passengers sustained injuries.