Police, governor also honor slain MIT officer ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Bill Greene/Globe Staff Richard Corapi of Wakefield held a flag as MIT Police officers marched down Central Street following Sean Collier's funeral at St. Patrick's Church in Stoneham. Bill Greene/Globe Staff The motorcade arrived at St. Patrick's Church for Sean Collier's funeral. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Collier's family waited outside the church before the service. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Members of the Somerville Police waited to enter the church. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Since his death, Collier’s family and friends have described a man who had helped others since his childhood years in Wilmington. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Heather Tighe of Woburn and her son, Brendan, showed their appreciation and support outside the service. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Cardinal Sean O'Malley attended the services. Steven Senne/Associated Press On Wednesday, MIT will host a memorial service that is expected to be attended by Vice President Joseph Biden, among others.