What information to include when you write an obituary for the newspaper or online
The first piece of information that you will want to include when you write an obituary for the newspaper or online is the full name of the person who has passed away. You will also want to include when they passed away and the age that the person lived until. Additional information that you could include is perhaps the cause of death. When considering what additional details to include in your obituary, here is a complete summary.
When you are writing an obituary, it is appropriate to include information about where the person lived as well as the professional achievements they may have had during their education or career. You may also want to include details about their favorite hobbies, philanthropic involvements, surviving family members, and a total number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Lastly, you may also want to include a family member that preceded them in death.
Include the following information
- Full name and age
- cause of death
professional and personal achievements
surviving family members and next of kin who preceded them in death
A death notice on the other hand is intended to inform that a person has died. This type of notice includes information about the person such as name, memorial service or funeral details.
We can help you place your Obituary in any Local paper or any other publication in the United States. We know that this may be a difficult time for you and it can be hard to come up with the words you want to say. Notices in newspapers that now also appear online are a timeless tradition that act as accessible channels of communication between the general public and the government. For additional help in writing a obituary or death notice or to place another type of legal notice please see this page.