A funeral will be held on Saturday for Angie Pipkin, the woman who went missing in January and whose remains were found about 2 weeks ago in Florence County.
Pipkin, 32, disappeared in January and about a month later Randy Robinson was charged with her murder.
Police said they believe that Robinson dismembered Pipkin's body and dumped it near the Great Pee Dee River.
Human remains that were later identified as Pipkin's were found May 14 along Timberwood Road in Florence County, close to the Great Pee Dee River.
The Johnson Funeral Home in Aynor announced details for Pipkin's funeral on Thursday.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 31, 2014 at Grace Baptist Temple Church. Burial will follow at Aynor Cemetery.
The announcement also said that memorials can be made in Pipkin's memory to Community United Effort Center for missing Persons (CUE).
Gail Pipkin, Angie Pipkin's mother spoke to WPDE last week and said finding her remains did not bring her closure.
"It just hurts really bad, knowing what he did to her, you know and it's not all over, I can't bury all of her," said Gail Pipkin.
She said only part of Angie's body was found. Police are still searching for other remains.
Gail Pipkin said last week that the public would be welcome to attend Angie Pipkin's funeral.
Pipkin had two daughters Taylor, 15, and Gracie, 7.
Donations to the CUE Center can be mailed to PO Box 12714 Wilmington, NC 28405, or submitted online at www.ncmissingpersons.org.