Mary Wilson was laid to rest Tuesday in Los Angeles during a private ceremony, her family told the Detroit Free Press, part of the USA TODAY Network.
The late Supremes singer and Detroit native was buried next to her son Rafael (Rafi) Ferrer, who was killed in an auto accident as a teenager in 1994.
Wilson died suddenly Feb. 8 at her home in Henderson, Nevada, her longtime publicist Jay Schwartz confirmed to USA TODAY. She was 76.
Wilson died of hypertensive atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, a condition related to high blood pressure, the Clark County Coroner office confirmed.
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Wilson was among the recently departed artists honored Sunday night during the 63rd Grammy Awards. Her passing was marked with an in-memoriam tribute featuring the Supremes' "Stop! In the Name of Love."
The family plans to hold a public celebration for Wilson later this year.
"Mary was always very conscientious about the COVID guidelines, so keeping with her wishes, the family will have a celebration to honor Mary’s life and legacy later this year with her friends, family and fans when we are all able to come together in person," they said in a statement.
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Wilson's son Rafael was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery in L.A. in 1994. He was 16 when he died in a California highway accident that also left Wilson with serious injuries.
Wilson is survived by a daughter, Turkessa; son Pedro Antonio Jr.; sister Kathryn; brother Roosevelt; cousin and adopted son William; 10 grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter.
Contributing: Cydney Henderson
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