Writing an Obituary is difficult, and can be especially overwhelming if you have never written one before. Missing You Forever does not feel that there is a right or wrong way to write an Obituary - every Obituary is different and this is your final tribute to your loved one.
You may wish to keep the Obituary traditional, so we have included information on standard Obituary format, as well as information that can be included in the Obituary.
Step 1 - Details About the Deceased
Missing You Forever collects the following information from you when posting the Obituary, and we automatically include it in the Obituary Heading:
Optional information that you may want to include in the Obituary:
Step 2 - Family & Friends
1) Survived by means those who are still alive at the time of Johns death
People to Include:
Note - married family members spouses should go in brackets. See example.
You can include words to better describe the deceased:
Other people to include:
Special relatives - aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, grandparents, friends, in-laws (listed eldest to youngest)
Step 3 - Life of the Deceased
Step 4 - Service Details
Note: Some name officiants and pallbearers, as well as visitation and reception information