The bodies of Sheri, Garett and Gavin Coleman were transferred Wednesday to Chicago from Chester, the hometown of Chis Coleman, who was convicted of killing his wife and sons.
The bodies, caskets and vaults were exhumed Tuesday and loaded onto a truck, said Jack Carey, attorney for Sheri Coleman's survivors.
The bodies were to be reburied at Queen of Heaven Catholic Cemetery in Hillside, a cemetery official said. There will be no services, but the official said Sheri Coleman's relatives were going to be graveside.
Carey, representing Mario DiCiccio, Sheri's brother, and Angela DiCiccio, Sheri's mother, won a court battle to remove the bodies from Evergreen Cemetery in Chester.
The Rev. Ron and Connie Coleman, parents of Chris Coleman, opposed the move, stating they wanted to wait until the first appeal of their son's criminal conviction.
Sheri Coleman and her sons, Garett, 11, and Gavin, 9, were found strangled in their beds at their Columbia home on May 5, 2009. Chris Coleman was convicted in Monroe County on May 5, 2010.
Chris Coleman at the time served as the personal bodyguard for televangelist Joyce Meyer. Prosecutors have said that Coleman killed his family so he could be with his lover, Tampa, Fla., dog-track waitress Tara Lintz.
He is serving life in prison at an undisclosed out-of-state prison.