Monday, December 12, 2011

How To Write a Funeral Program Obituary - Template

Interested in learning how to write a obituary? Then you have come to the right place because today, you will learn how to make an obituary.

We realize the loss of a loved one may strain the flow of your everyday activities. Unless you want to start from scratch, you may choose to download an obituary program template ,which is easily editable through Microsoft Word. You may also view a obituary program sample. If the sample obituary program does not help you gain insight, then keep on reading.

The following is just a suggestion on how to write an obituary, you may choose which of the following is vital to you.
Consider what you want to include from the following sample obituary format :

  • Picture
  • Full Name
  • Age
  • City of location upon death
  • Date and cause of death
  • Date and place of birth
  • Parent names
  • Childhood stories from siblings, friends,and/or classmates.
  • If married, date of marriage and name of spouse
  • Education
  • Achievements
  • Employment, jobs,stories,promotions,etc.
  • Places of residence
  • Hobbies, interests, travels
  • Achievements
  • Other misc. information that might want to be shared on behalf of the deceased loved one
  • Survived by (Spouse,  siblings, children, grandchildren, cousins, in-laws, nephews, nieces, friends)
  • Predeceased by
  • Date, time, place
  • Name of officiant, pallbearer, honorary pallbearer
  • Visitation information
  • Reception information
  • Place of Burial
  • Funeral home name
  • # for more information
  • Donation suggestion information
  • Thank you note to friends and family
  • Poem or quote
  • A few words to sum up loved one’s life
Below is a sample obituary template. Notice with the limitations of the  memorial program, not all of the information above is included. Feel free to construct your obituary with whatever information you feel to be most pertinent.
obituary template for funeral
And a video to further give more insight on creating a obituary program..

  Hopefully by now you have a more solid idea on how to write a obituary. Learning how to make an obituary or how to design one can be a difficult task. If you stumbled upon this page because you wanted to learn how to make an obituary for a funeral program, consider saving time and a headache by visiting where you may download a memorial program  template for Microsoft Word instantly.If you choose not to take the short-cut, then we hope we have taught you enough on how to write a obituary.

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