Grief & Healing
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There are many ways to say farewell --- from formal funeral services to private celebrations and memorials at home. They all form a part of the way we say goodbye. Obituaries or death notices, however, are a public way we share our final farewell celebration. The public posting of final words is part of the way we say goodbye.
A death notice is typically a very short notice; perhaps only a line or two stating that the person has passed away and the details of the service. An obituary is usually a more detailed account of a person's life, which includes information on surviving family members, visitation and service details, and donation information.
Obituaries can also be a written form of collective remembrances. They remind us of others as well as ourselves; about the parents or grandparents of friends, the young suddenly departing, or the loss of `valiant struggles' against diseases not yet conquered. While some obituaries are more brief, others indicate much thought and reflection on the life that was lived.
Our funeral directors will assist you in writing an obituary that will be most fitting in paying tribute to the life of your loved one.
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