Losing a loved one can be a difficult time for anyone. Whether it was expected or not, a formal announcement will most likely occur among the family and friends. The below funeral announcement wording examples will help you choose the best representation for your message. These messages are commonly found among funeral announcements and intended to help encourage you during this difficult time.
[year of birth] to [year of death]. In Memoriam, [full name]. The honour of your presence is requested at a memorial service, [day of week], [date] at [time]. [location and address].
A memorial service to celebrate the life of [name] on [day of week], [date] at [time].
Celebrate the life, cherish the memories. [name] [date of birth and date of death]. Memorial Service, [date], [time], [address]. Survived by [spouse and children names].
Celebration of life. [name] [year of birth and death]. [date] at [time]. Graveside service and reception immediately following.
In loving memory of [name]. [date of birth and date of death]. Beloved husband of [wife name], father of [children name], grandfather of [grandchildren name]. Forever in our hearts. Please join us [time] [date] to remember his life.
In loving memory of [name]. [year of birth and date]. Please join us for a memorial service honoring [name] life. [date], at [time]. [location and address].
It is with our deepest sorrows that we inform you of the death of our beloved Husband and Father, [name] on [date]. A small family memorial service will be held on [date] at [time].
The honor of your presence is requested for the placement of a monument for [name] on [date] at [time]. [location and address].
When a death drastically occurs in a family, it can immobilize your loved ones emotionally making it difficult to plan the funeral. The below infographic provides a look at the step by step process to planning a funeral during this difficult time to ensure nothing is overlooked. Selecting a funeral site can be the most difficult task of all. Thee funeral home will help you in coordinating all of the details and following through with the deceased wishes.
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