A memorial service will be held Wednesday afternoon in Palm Beach Gardens, in honor of Kimberly Lindsey.
Albert Lambert, Kimberly Lindsey's ex-husband.
Posters are going up outside missing school nurse Kimberly Lindsey’s home. They ask anyone with information about her disappearance to call authorities.
Sarah Lindsey, 20, speaks to the media about her mother Kim, as sisters Savannah, 16, left, and Sofia, 18, look on.
School officials at Bak Middle School are preparing to handle the first day back to school since word of the gruesome murder of school nurse, Kimberly Lindsey.
Pictured: The Miami home where Albert Lambert, the ex-husband of Kimberly Lindsey and the top suspect in her murder, was found on Sunday. He died from an overdose.
Sarah Lindsey asks the public to help look for her mother. "Help us find her. Help us bring her home safe. That's the only thing that matters."
As detectives continue to investigate the homicide of Palm Beach Gardens mother Kimberly Lindsey, friends continue to keep her memory alive.
The missing poster for Kimberly Lindsey that was distributed shortly after her disappearance.
"Even one person seeing her face and recognizing her could mean the world of difference," said Sarah Lindsey, Kim Lindsey's oldest daughter.
Mike Traylor, Kimberly Lindsay's uncle who flew in from Texas, speaks to the media.
Medical examiners determined the identity of a woman's body found in a cane field near Clewiston was that of Kimberly Lindsey.
Savannah Lindsay, 16, is comforted by her older sister Sarah during the news conference about the disappearance of their mother Kimberly Lindsey.
U.S. Marshals and PBSO Investigators were quietly keeping an eye on Albert Lambert early Sunday morning waiting to arrest him for murdering his ex-wife Kimberly Lindsey. Sheriff Bradshaw says Lambert overdosed.
Savannah Lindsey listens as her older sister Sarah speaks.
Kimberly Lindsey's uncle Mike Traylor speaks to the media at the family's home Thursday.
Kimberly Lindsey's brother Brian Stovall with the three Lindsey sisters.
Brian Stovall thanks the public for helping to look for his missing sister Kimberly Lindsey.
Kim Lindsey's daughters and brother hug near the end of the family's news conference.
Sarah Lindsey said, " We're just three girls who want their mom back and can't do it without the support of the community."
The family answers questions from the media. "We want to thank you all so much for your kind words, thoughts and prayers. We can't do it without you."
Sofia, left, and Sarah Lindsey comfort each other at the end of the emotional news conference.