Sample Obituary Formats by nasif123

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									I find with any difficult writing task it's easier to look at a sample;
that's why I've created a lens with sample obituary formats. When writing
an obituary, it's helpful to start with an outline. Think of what the
person has meant to you and take notes. Sometimes just stream-of-
consciousness writing will help to give you short phrases or thoughts
that you hadn't considered.

 Ultimately, you want to pay tribute to the person who has passed and
getting to those feelings and expressing them is the way to do it. I've
provided many resources here for sample obituary formats, as well as tips
and other helpful items.

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