Adrienne Martin has been remembered as a loving mother and a talented artist during a memorial service in Springfield.

She also will be remembered as the woman found dead at the home of former Anheuser-Busch chief executive August Busch IV December 19th. An autopsy has been inconclusive. Investigators are waiting for toxicology results to determine a cause of death.

About 100 people attended the memorial for Martin, who died at 27. She was remembered for her work as an artist and as a college student, working on a master’s degree in art theraphy counseling. Her devotion to her 8-year-old son was a focus of the service as well. He sat on the front row with family members.