Boulder police officer Eric Talley, who died last week during a mass shooting inside a supermarket in the city, was delighted to help others and heroes save dozens of people during a nuisance at King Soopers Was remembered.

Eric Talley, who was 51, was laid to rest at the Flatiron Community Church in Lafayette, according to Tuesday KDVR.com. The report states that Tally is left behind by his wife and seven children. His youngest wore a small black suit and grabbed officers’ hands by force during service, the Denver Post Reported.

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Boulder Police Chief Maris Harold said Tally’s action on March 22 saved dozens of lives at the store, 9News.com Reported. Talali was the first officer to reach the spot.

“Eric was kind; Eric was brave, and in the end, ready to die to save others,” he said. “The Boulder Police Department will never forget the sacrifice of Eric or his family.”

Other victims were 20-year-old Denny Strong; Neven Stanisic, 23; Rikki Olds, 25; Tralona Bartkowiak, 49; Susan Fountain, 59; Terry Leiker, 51; Kevin Mahoney, 61; Lynn Murray, 62; And Jodi Waters, 65.

21-year-old Ahmed Al Alwi Alyssa has been charged with 10 counts of murder.

An AR-15 style gun was recovered inside the supermarket and was believed to have been used in the attack, after a law enforcement officer gave information on the shooting that was not authorized to speak publicly and did not name. Talked to Associated Press on condition of printing.

Rev. Daniel Nolan, who canceled the service, reportedly said, “I would argue that Officer Talley’s life was not taken – it was granted.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report