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WASHINGTON - There were more laughs than tears for Arizona Sen. John McCain at the Washington National Cathedral, where his funeral service Saturday drew scores of political power players of the last four decades - but not the current president.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and businessman Tommy Espinoza, close friends of John McCain, eulogized the Arizona senator during a memorial service Thursday, just before his body was flown out of the state.
Sen. John McCain’s connections to community ran deep, whether through a high school student learning about his legacy, a native of the Philippines honoring her father’s military service by showing up at the public viewing of a fellow veteran, or a Phoenix woman who said his Senate office saved her.
Close friends and family members gathered at the Arizona State Capitol Wednesday to honor Sen. John McCain in a private ceremony. “Imagining Arizona without John McCain is like picturing Arizona without the Grand Canyon,” Gov. Doug Ducey said.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, a longtime friend and colleague, will speak at the Arizona memorial service for Sen. John McCain. Arizona residents also will be able to say goodbye at a Wednesday viewing in the Capitol rotunda.