Photos: Muhammad Ali memorial service
The funeral procession for Muhammad Ali makes its way past his boyhood home on Grand Avenue.
Will Smith shakes hands during Muhammad Ali's funeral procession at Cavehill Cemetery.
Muhammad Ali's funeral procession and hearse, with a butterfly decal in the window, drove down Muhammad Ali Boulevard, previously Walnut Street, as a part of a final farewell drive through Louisville.
Muhammad Ali's family thank spectators as the funeral procession crosses over flowers placed in the road outside Cavehill Cemetery, Ali's final resting place.
We Love You Muhammad
A man reaches out to touch the hearse carrying the body of Muhammad Ali as it drives down Broadway toward Cave Hill Cemetery.
Pallbearers place Muhammad Ali's casket in the hearse as it prepares to begin a procession through his hometown.
President Bill Clinton speaks during Muhammad Ali's public memorial service at the KFC Yum! Center.
Qubilah Shabazz, a daughter of Malcolm X, speaks at Muhammad Ali's public memorial service at the KFC Yum! Center.
A child shows off a hand-drawn portrait while waiting for the hearse carrying the body of Muhammad Ali to pass by his childhood home.
The next generation
Five-year-old Roddrick Woods visited the Muhammad Ali Center and "I Am Ali" festival in Louisville, Kentucky. Woods did a kindergarten project on Ali and said, "He was a boxer from Louisville. Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee!"
Boxing gloves with well wishes are left at a makeshift memorial for late boxing champion Muhammad Ali in Louisville.
Muhammad Ali's adopted and youngest son, Asaad Ali, right, visited his father's growing memorial at the Muhammad Ali Center. Asaad Ali was adopted by Muhammad Ali when he was just five months old, well after his father entered retirement.
'I Am Ali'
Fans and admirers leave notes on an "I Am Ali" banner outside the Performing Arts Center to honor boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
Tears of sorrow
Felicia Garr, of Louisville, wipes a tear after receiving tickets to Muhammad Ali's memorial service Friday at the KFC Yum! Center.
Alonzo Malone Jr. takes a close look at framed photographs of Muhammad Ali as Louisville prepares to say goodbye to the boxing legend. All of the roughly 15,000 tickets for the June 10 public memorial have been distributed.
'He still lives with me'
Cassius Green, Muhammad Ali's cutman and scout, remember his fighter, saying, "He still lives within me because there are so many things in life I learned from him. He would've given you the shirt off your back. I still have that robe after 39 years."
Christopher 2X gives a speech to a crowd in front of Muhammad Ali's childhood home. 2X is a local leader who focuses on ending violence among the black community in Louisville.
Michael Bailey works on a drawing outside the Muhammad Ali Center as two days of memorial services bidding farewell to the former heavyweight champion commence in Louisville.
Keeping the beat
Central High School's drumline performs at the "I Am Ali festival, with the Muhammad Ali Center in the background. "He gives me more confidence. I could try to be like him, to have the same attitude, but no one can be what he was," Sean Washington said.
Barbara Hillman, of Louisville, carries a Muhammad Ali doll after receiving tickets to Ali's memorial service Friday.
"He helped me to guide my life to a more meaningful life because of the example he set as a human being," said Mustafa Sharif, of Baltimore, Mayland. I embraced Islam in 1970, under the same teachings he did."
'His spirit will live on'
Legendary promoter Don King walked to the VIP seating of Muhammad Ali's Jenazah ceremony at Freedom Hall in Louisville. "Ali will never die. His spirit will live on," King said.
Sending a prayer
Nad Ali, 8, of Somalia, bites her finger as her mother and other Muslim women pray. "He was a boxer, he was Muslim and he died. Today we came here to pray for him," Nad Ali said.
The casket of Muhammad Ali arrives for an Islamic funeral prayer service at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.
A final glimpse
Visitors hold up their phones to record Muhammad Ali's Jenazzah ceremony in Freedom Hall, the location of Ali's first professional fight, in Louisville.
A family goodbye
Muhammad Ali's fourth wife Lonnie Ali, stands with Ali's daughter Laila and a grandchild during an Islamic prayer service. The Jenazah service was held for the four-time world heavyweight boxing champion.