Juan Gabriel's Family Honors Late Singer With Dia de Los Muertos Altar

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Juan Gabriel performs during the 10th Annual Latin Grammy Awards at the Mandalay Bay Events Center Nov. 5, 2009 in Las Vegas.

In honor of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations Nov. 1-2, Juan Gabriel was remembered by his family with a special altar they shared with his fans on social media.

"Dad, we love you and miss you," reads the post on Twitter. The late singer's altar or ofrenda (offering) includes a pair of cowboy boots, a mariachi sombrero, candles, flowers and photos of Gabriel. 

Oct. 28 marked the two-month anniversary of the "Noa Noa" singer's death; he died of a heart attack at 66 years old in Santa Monica, California. 

"Always on my mind. Always close to our hearts," reads a post remembering the late singer on social media.