Watch the celebration of life for Hartford Police Det Robert ‘Bobby’ Garten in its entirety in the video above.

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Hartford Police Det. Robert ‘Bobby’ Garten will be laid to rest Saturday after a celebration of life at the XL Center.

Garten died Sept. 6 in the line of duty. The 34-year-old was responding to a call with Officer Brian Kearney when a driver fleeing a traffic stop ran a red light and hit their cruiser, according to police. The Hartford Police Department posthumously promoted Garten from officer to detective. Kearney suffered serious injuries and has since been released from the hospital.

Kearney was among those who delivered eulogies Saturday, along with Hartford Police Chief Jason Thody, Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin and Garten’s older brother, William Garten.

Family, friends, community members and fellow members of law enforcement paid their respects to Garten at his wake Friday at Dunkin’ Park.

Garten is remembered for his caring nature, smile and love for his family and the city of Hartford, which he proudly served for eight years.