Family and friends gathered for a vigil to remember a 26-year-old who went missing for almost a week. Detectives discovered Princess Tiffany Hosang's body off Roan Lane on Wednesday.
Standing amongst candles and fighting back tears, Princess Tiffany Hosang's mom remembered her princess.
"She's my baby," said Patricia Carithers, Princesses' mom. "Whoever did this to her, when they did that to her, they took my life away."
Dozens gathered for a vigil remembering the 26-year-old devoted mother of three.
Princess's sister, Tyrene Young, let the memorial.
"Princes is one of the most free-spirited, honest, loyal souls that you could have ever meet," said Young.
For almost a week, detectives searched for Princess. They handed out missing persons fliers asking if anyone had seen her.
On Wednesday, investigators found pPrincess's body in a wooded area off Roan Lane.
"I wanted to make sure we found her," said Young. "I wanted to make sure she has her dignity, send her off, a celebration for her and he answered those prayers on Wednesday."
Prayers poured tonight from the hearts of scores of friends. They came to pay their respects.
"When she walked into a room, she gave the smile and the laugh that would light up," said friend Melanie Garrett. "She was one of the people, if you didn't know her, you weren't from Palm Beach County."
Friend Jacqueline Mahoney, added, "You could be upset and she'd make you happy," she said. "She'll give the shirt off her back if she had to."
Princess's family wore yellow roses, her favorite flower, as they begged for answers to who killed their princess.
"It won't bring her back but we'd know who did this to her, and we'd maybe find out why," said Carithers.
The family is asking anyone with information about who took Princess's life to please come forward. Call Crime Stoppers and remember tips can be anonymous.