Anne Williams’s brother has said he will continue her campaigning as he paid tribute to her today.
Danny Gordon, speaking at the Hillsbrough campaigner’s funeral, said his sister “touched many hearts throughout the world”.
The funeral of Anne Williams, whose 15-year-old son died during the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, is taking place in Merseyside a week after she lost her battle with cancer.
Liverpool's manager Brendan Rodgers, the club's managing director Ian Ayre, former footballer Michael Ball and MP Andy Burnham have all attended the ceremony.
A number of Everton fans were among the crowds to say farewell to Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams.
Red and white flowers adorn the coffin at the funeral of Hillsborough mum Anne Williams at her funeral in Formby.
Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams defied doctors by attending her last public appearance at the Hillsborough memorial service on the Monday before she died.
Her son Kevin died at Hillsborough, aged 15.
Since then, Mrs Williams was known as one of the loudest voices throughout the campaigners' efforts for justice.
She was an early chairman of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign and later independently established Hope For Hillsborough (For Justice) in an effort to secure a fresh inquest into her son's death.
The funeral of Anne Williams will take place in Merseyside, later today.
Crowds are expected to line the streets in Merseyside to pay their respects to the Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams whose funeral takes place today.
A service will take place at Our Lady's church in Formby, Merseyside, to remember her life, followed by a committal at Southport crematorium.
Liverpool council is planning a further commemoration today for Mrs Williams, who died of cancer on Thursday April 18 aged 62.
Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams, whose son Kevin died in the disaster, has welcomed the announcement from the Attorney General's office: