Loved ones are gearing up to say goodbye to Gia Allemand.
A rep for the late Bachelor alum has confirmed that funeral arrangements are underway and Gia will be laid to rest at the Papavero Funeral Home in Queens, N.Y. -- where she grew up.
A specific date has yet to be announced, but it will take place sometime next week.
On Wednesday, Aug. 14, the 29-year-old was pulled off life support -- two days after she apparently committed suicide in her New Orleans home. Her boyfriend, 25-year-old NBA player Ryan Anderson, found her hanging in the house.
The 911 call has since been obtained by TMZ. In the heartbreaking audio, a male's voice -- presumably Anderson's -- is heard relaying CPR instructions to another person on the scene.The Bachelor's Gia Allemand: Friends Reveal Warning Signs Leading Up to Death
"Keep going until the paramedics come. Keep going. Keep going. Stay calm. Keep going," the voice is heard saying.
Many people from The Bachelor world have released statements over the sad passing, including Jake Pavelka and creator Mike Fleiss. Gia starred on Jake's Bachelor season in 2010-2011 and finished in third place.
"I am in complete shock and devastated to hear the news about Gia," Jake said. "She was one of the sweetest people I have ever known. And a very dear friend. My heart goes out to her family during this very difficult time. We have lost an angel today."And Fleiss shared, "The entire Bachelor family is tremendously saddened by the tragic passing of our friend, Gia. She was truly a sweet and generous soul. This is a devastating loss for anyone who ever knew her."
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