The funeral is taking for a man whose young sons died after being hit by a car in Coventry.
Reece Platt-May's body was discovered at a hotel in Corfu, Greece, in May. His death was not treated as suspicious by police.
The 30-year-old died three months after his sons Corey, aged six, and Casper, aged two, were were involved in a crash on MacDonald Road in Coventry in February.
The family were on their way to an outing at a local park.
Robert Brown was jailed for nine years in April after pleading guilty to causing death by dangerous driving.
Brown also admitted to driving while disqualified and having no insurance or a valid licence.
His sentence was referred to the Attorney General, who has now passed it up to the Court of Appeal under the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme.
Mr Platt-May's funeral is taking place this afternoon at Canley Crematorium.
His family asked for any donations to be made to the Air Ambulance.
An inquest in to the death of his death was recently opened.
The assistant coroner for Coventry, Simon Charlton, said:
Mr Charlton adjourned the inquest until a "date to be confirmed" as they await further details from Mr Platt-May's family, GP and police in Corfu.