LEVITTOWN, Pa. - The line was dozens deep before the doors to the funeral home opened at noon.
Today, friends and family gathered in Levittown to pay their final respects to 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro.
"He's going to be missed very dearly, I miss him already, I wish he was here," said Gus Natelli of Levittown.
Natelli says he worked with Finocchiaro at Richman's Ice Cream Company in Levittown.
"He was an awesome young kid every time he walked in the door he made me laugh. He always made the work environment awesome," Natelli said.
Those in attendance of the funeral say they can't imagine what the Finocchiaro family is going through.
"If there's anything I can do I'll gladly do it but I can't imagine the pain they're going through," said Tom Mule, who went to high school with Finocchiaro's family.
Finocchiaro was the first of the 4 men who were found buried on the DiNardo family farm in Solebury Township.
After an exhaustive search, the attorney for 20-year-old Cosmo DiNardo says DiNardo confessed to authorities to shooting and killing all four men after drug deals went wrong.
DiNardo's cousin, 20-year-old Sean Kratz, has also been arrested.
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