Charlie's Angels beauty Farrah Fawcett passed away last summer, but her memory lives on and she continues to be remembered by those that loved her. On Tuesday, what would have been her 63rd birthday, Fawcett's grave at Westwood Village Memorial Park in Los Angeles was adorned with flowers from family, friends and fans.
Fawcett was laid to rest with a touching ceremony at Cathedral of Our Lady of Angeles in Los Angeles on June 30, 2009 where a quote from the poem, At That Hour read:
Play on, invisible harps, unto Love,
Whose way in heaven is aglow
At that hour when soft lights come and go,
Soft sweet music in the air above
And in the earth below.
The blonde bombshell's final resting place is also home to such notable names as Marilyn Monroe, Rodney Dangerfield, Jack Lemmon, Dean Martin and Donna Reed.
Fawcett tragically passed away on June 25, 2009 after losing a long and brave battle with anal cancer.