TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Several people came together to remember Alice "Anita" Oswald over the weekend.
Family, friends and people from local pet rescues attended a memorial service on Saturday.
That's according to Jerri Laubert. Laubert is the Vice-President of Harmony Haven's Board of Directors.
Harmony Haven is an animal rescue founded by Oswald.
Oswald disappeared in November. In January, police found Oswald's vehicle and body in a Vigo County pond.
Police are still investigating her death.
Laubert also gave News 10 an update on Jedi, the last dog remaining at Harmony Haven. She says Jedi will go to a rescue after receiving medical care.
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