Slain cameraman remembered with jokes, goofy stories

The funeral for WDBJ cameraman Adam Ward, who was killed during a live broadcast last week, sparked more laughter than tears during a service filled with jokes and recollections of a bullied kid who grew into a beloved goofball.

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