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Ten Steps to Writing a Fitting Obituary
The loss of a loved one which necessitates the writing of an obituary is far from a happy occasion, and in the midst of grief it can be difficult to imagine writing anything at all. But with proper preparation and a little guidance, you can write a fitting tribute to a life well lived. An obituary serves an incredibly important function: it alerts friends and colleagues that a death has occurred and provides essential information regarding planned services. It also can act as a remembrance, both for the writer and the readers, as a way of connecting and processing the loss.
Answer Seven Questions, Tell Your Life Story
“Nicole Clark worked as an investigative reporter for years, with stints as a news photographer and private investigator,” her obituary read. “She was also a devoted wife and mother of four.”
Have you ever wondered what your obituary will say? Will people stop to read about your life as they flip through the entries of the newspaper or website?
Writing your own obituary can be an exercise in goal-setting. It can become your script for the future by telling people who you were, what you did and how well you were liked.