FAMILY and friends gathered in Huddersfield to say their last goodbyes to tragic mum Teresa Innes.
The 38-year-old care worker went into a coma after an allergic reaction to penicillin.
Tributes were paid to the mother-of-one at her funeral at Fixby yesterday.
A service opened to Bette Midler's ballad Wind Beneath My Wings, with one of Teresa's favourite songs, Aswad's Don't Turn Around, at the close.
Mourners were urged not to wear black as her family planned to turn the service into a celebration of her life.
The Huddersfield-born woman fell into a coma after being given penicillin when she was treated for a leg injury at Bradford Royal Infirmary in September, 2001.
Miss Innes, who lived in Bradford, died this month after a judge agreed she could stop being fed artificially.
A police probe was launched after it emerged her penicillin allergy was noted when she was admitted to hospital. A red wrist-band was put on her to mark this fact.