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    • 1.

      How To Make an Online Memorial Tribute

      by Robert Palmer - 2007-01-29
      If you have lost a loved one, dealing with the grief can be a difficult process, not only for you, but each life touched by your dearly departed. Creating an online memorial Website for him or her ...
    • 2.

      Is it just me, or have obituaries become sad and boring?

      by dennis coleman - 2007-02-23
      Alphonso Anthony "Lucky Antny" Prosciutto-58Lucky Antny "passed away" recently, after a brief illness caused by multiple gunshots to the head, midsection, legs, and backside. Plus, one shot missed...
    • 3.

      Stop: Before You Opt Out to Buy a Funeral Casket Firstly You Will Need to Read This

      by Brian B - 2008-10-21
      Knowing the Rules Will Help When you go out to buy a funeral casket you must know the basic rules and should not be shy to ask for better (lower) prices. The custom with the funeral homes is to quote...
    • 4.

      Another Cost Attached to Death

      by Brian B - 2008-10-21
      Understanding Funeral Costs When you decided on a funeral service to help you pay your last respects to a loved one, understanding funeral costs should be among the first tasks you accomplish. Althou...
    • 5.

      How to Handle Delicate Issues When Writing Obituaries

      by Melanie - 2008-10-28
      The circumstances of someone's life and death are not always easy to talk about. Especially in an obituary that could be the only article ever written about someone, and used for generations to come ...
    • 6.

      Using Obituaries to Create a Family Timeline

      by Melanie - 2008-11-03
      Obituaries offer dates and events about a particular family member that can be plotted on a timeline. You could create a timeline for each person starting with date of birth, or you could combine the...
    • 7.

      What Do I Write in an Obituary?

      by Melanie - 2008-11-03
      Before you start you need to know what to write in an obituary and what is allowed by the newspaper. Obituaries are restricted in length and some newspapers don't publish them at all. Knowing all of ...
    • 8.

      What to Write in Newspaper Obituaries, Death Notices and Funeral Obituaries

      by Melanie - 2008-11-03
      There are subtle differences between Newspaper Obituaries, Death Notices and Funeral Obituaries. Knowing what to write for each can save you money, time and frustration. Here is a checklist and descr...
    • 9.

      Where to Find Obituaries Online

      by Melanie - 2008-11-03
      Many people are confused about where to find obituaries online. More and more newspapers are no longer publishing them. People are left wondering where to find recent newspaper obituaries as well as ...
    • 10.

      How Do I Write a Eulogy?

      by Melanie - 2008-11-03
      You have been asked to write and give a eulogy at a loved one's funeral, but need some guidance as to what to say. It is not easy to write a eulogy for someone you loved as soon as you hear of his or...