Hundreds bid goodbye to Krystle Campbell ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page CJ GUNTHER/EPA The mother of Krystle Campbell, center, led the processions of mourners out of the church after her daughter's funeral at St. Joseph Church in Medford on Monday. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images In the first funeral for victims of the Marathon bombings, Campbell was laid to rest in front of a capacity crowd at the church. CJ GUNTHER/EPA Mourners gathered to console each other outside of the church. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images Cardinal Sean O'Malley, with scepter, helped officiate the funeral Mass, and met with Campbell's mother after. Mario Tama/Getty Images An overflow crowd of mourners lined the street outside the church. Brian Snyder/Reuters Tears streamed from the faces of some of the mourners who exited the church after the funeral. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Police lined the street as family, friends, and mourners arrived at Krystle Campbell's funeral. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Hundreds lined the streets near the site of the funeral. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Mourners outside the funeral in Medford. CJ GUNTHER/EPA A large police contingent escorted the hearse carrying Krystle Campbell. Elise Amendola/Associated Press An honor guard from area fire departments saluted as the casket of Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell was carried into the church. CJ GUNTHER/EPA A sign in Medford Square near St. Joseph's Church in Medford. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A flag draped Medford City Hall Monday morning in honor of Boston Marathon victim Krystle Campbell, a native of the city.