A public memorial service for former Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay was held Tuesday at Spectrum Field in Clearwater, Fla., the Phillies' spring training home.

The service came a week after the stunning plane crash that killed the ace hurler, a Philadelphia fan favorite.

Watch video of the service below, accompanied by reporting from our Matt Gelb, who was at the event.

Speakers included Halladay's wife, Brandy, and father, Roy; former Phillies teammates Cole Hamels and Chase Utley; former Phillies manager Charlie Manuel; Phillies co-owner John Middleton; former Blue Jays general manager JP Ricciardi; and pitching contemporary Chris Carpenter, against whom Halladay dueled in game 5 of the 2011 National League Division Series.

Here are links to some of our previous stories about Halladay's tragic passing:

Former Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay dies in plane crash by Matt Gelb

In Roy Halladay, greatness ran strong by David Murphy

Roy Halladay shined briefly for Phillies, but earned the city's love by Marcus Hayes

Former Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro reflects on Roy Halladay, his biggest catch by Bob Brookover

Roy Halladay spent his final months teaching future Phillies by Matt Breen

As investigators probe fatal Halladay crash, critics question plane's marketing by Craig McCoy

Remembering Roy Halladay's perfect game and playoff-no hitter by Jonathan Tannenwald

Roy Halladay's career at a glance by Ed Barkowitz

Cole Hamels honors former teammate Roy Halladay by Matt Breen

Phillies fans, Halladay's former teammates and coaches, and other local and national sports stars pay tribute to Roy Halladay by Jonathan Tannenwald