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Obituary Templates

Recently we have been getting a lot of calls from people asking if we make printed “obituaries” or have “obituary templates”. Basically “obituary templates” are the same thing as “funeral program templates”. “Obituary templates” are also know across the glode as “funeral programs“, “memorial programs”, “funeral programs templates”, “funeral brochures”, “funeral folders”, “funeral bulletins”, etc.

So to help make things more clear for our customers. We also added “obituary templates” to our drop down selector when you begin a new project. We have already seen this help avoid confusion.

Obituary Templates“(Obituary Templates)”

You can read more about all the different size of “obituaries” that we provide on our “Obituary Templates” page. We discuss the individual sizes you see in the picture above in more in detail.

We invite you to try out our online obituary templates by clicking on the button below. Most people are amazed at what they can create. We have talked to many people that have told use that their family members where in tears because of the beautiful obituary they were able to create.

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Use this section as an outline, checklist, sample format, or template to writing an obituary.

The following headings are meant as a general guide. Make sure that you have considered everything that is usually covered, then select what you would like to include, and also decide what order you would like to use.

  •  NAME / ANNOUNCEMENT
    • Full name of the deceased, including nickname, if any
    • Age at death
    • Residence (for example, the name of the city) at death
    • Day and date of death (remember to include the year)
    • Place of death
    • Cause of death
  •  LIFE
    • Date of birth
    • Place of birth
    • Names of parents
    • Childhood: siblings, stories, schools, friends
    • Marriage(s): date of, place, name of spouse
    • Education: school, college, university and other
    • Designations, awards, and other recognition
    • Employment: jobs, activities, stories, colleagues, satisfactions, promotions, union activities, frustrations,
    • Places of residence
    • Hobbies, sports, interests, activities, and other enjoyment
    • Charitable, religious, fraternal, political, and other affiliations; positions held
    • Achievements
    • Disappointments
    • Unusual attributes, humour, other stories
  •  FAMILY
    • Survived by (and place of residence):
      • Spouse
      • Children (in order of date of birth, and their spouses)
      • Grandchildren
      • Great-grandchildren
      • Great-great-grandchildren
      • Parents
      • Grandparents
      • Siblings (in order of date of birth)
      • Others, such as nephews, nieces, cousins, in-laws
      • Friends
      • Pets (if appropriate)
    • Predeceased by (and date of death):
      • Spouse
      • Children (in order of date of birth)
      • Grandchildren
      • Siblings (in order of date of birth)
      • Others, such as nephews, nieces, cousins, in-laws
      • Pets (if appropriate)
  • SERVICE
    • Day, date, time, place
    • Name of officiant, pallbearers, honorary pallbearers, other information
    • Visitation information if applicable: day, date, time, place
    • Reception information if applicable: day, date, time, place
    • Other memorial, vigil, or graveside services if applicable: day, date, time, place
    • Place of interment
    • Name of funeral home in charge of arrangements
    • Where to call for more information (even if no service planned)
  •  END
    • Memorial funds established
    • Memorial donation suggestions, including addresses
    • Thank you to people, groups, or institutions
    • Quotation or poem
    • Three words that sum up the life