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Tips For Writing A Death Notice


A death notice will be posted in the “Current Services” section of our website.


You may also choose to have it printed in a newspaper. When you have the arrangement conference, your funeral director would be glad to provide you with insight to the process, as well as to submit the obituary to a newspaper for you once written by family.


The following information is customarily included in a death notice:


• Full name of the deceased (nickname can be included)


• City or town or residence • Some indication of the nature of the death such as, “suddenly” or “after long illness”


• Locations and timed for the visitation and funeral service • List of immediate family members of the deceased specifying if they are alive or dead, through the terms “deceased was pre-deceased by his sister…. “ or “is survived by his wife”


• Any memorable way of honouring the deceased, as by mentioning personal achievements, hobbies and interests, military service.


Acknowledging kindness


In the month after a funeral, it is customary to send thank you notes to friends and family who have served as pallbearers, made memorial donations, or sent flowers, mass cards, food or other condolence gifts. You can order acknowledgment cards through your funeral director. Short personal notes can be written on the acknowledgment cards. People tell us they sometimes find it hard to come up with the appropriate words for these thank you notes. Just a few lines are all that is needed to show that you and the family appreciate the kindness that has been shown you.


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