San Francisco's Glide Memorial Church Honors Robin Williams

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    A full Glide Memorial Church honored Robin Williams Sunday.

    The tributes continue for Robin Williams nearly one week after his death.

    There was a packed house Sunday at Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco to remember the Oscar-winning actor and comedian.

    Williams had long-time ties to the city and was a supporter of many local charities, including Glide Memorial.

    As part of his remembrance service, Rev. Cecil Williams thanked him for lifting people's spirits and reminding people to smile.

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    "He was just a good laugh and a good soul with what he said and what he did and how he did it," he said.

    Williams died Monday in his Tiburon home.

    Hollywood is rushing to put together a tribute worthy of the acting legend at next week's Emmy Awards.