Date: Tuesday, 4:34 pm
From: Christina Newberry

 

Dear Reader,

Writing an obituary is never an easy job, of course. At a time when there is so much to do -- and so much to cope with -- it can be a bit overwhleming to create an obituary.

But it doesn't need to be complicated if you have a trusted guide to follow. So I've done the research and preparation, so you don't have to.

My aim is to bring together all of the information, samples, templates, and resources you need in one place, so you can focus on paying tribute to your loved one.

At a time like this, words can fail even the most eleoquent among us. So often people look toward the timelessness of poetry and verse for inspiration.

To help you give form to your feelings, I've included...

14 poems that are appropriate and touching when used in an obituary or memorial.
20 quotes to help capture your feelings toward the deceased
An entire chapter devoted to bible verses to quote in an obituary
You may wish to read the poem, quote, or verse aloud at your loved one’s memorial service as well.

Some of the poems included are Rossetti's "Remember me when I am gone away," "Do Not Stand at my Grave and Weep," and "The Day God Took You Home."

I also provide information on where to find the complete text of W.H. Auden's beautiful Funeral Blues, which starts...

“He was my North, my South, my East and West..."

The 20 quotes I've sourced and included range from Wordsworth to the classic William Shakespeare lines from Romeo and Juliet, which Robert Kennedy read as part of his eulogy to his brother, JFK...

Once you've selected the poem, quote, or verse to use in the obituary, I also guide you on the format.

There are various styles and formats you can follow, from the traditional to the very personal, to find an approach that honors your loved one in a style they would appreciate.

To help you choose, your guide includes...

Examples of 9 different obituary formats of varying lengths and styles
Obituary templates in Word format you can use to create an obituary by simply filling in the appropriate details for your loved one
Which elements are standard in an obituary, and which ones are optional, so you don't have to worry about missing anything.

Creating a meaningful obituary that captures how very important your loved on was in your life, is an important step in the grieving process.

So, to take the guess-work out of the process, your package also covers often-asked questions, including...

Where to send the obituary once you've written it
The differences between a death notice, obituary, and a memorial
Tips to preserving the obituary as a keepsake for posterity...
How to contact a charity you’d like memorial donations to go to

I've even included an entire chapter to help you navigate the various online obituary sites and condolence books, and choose the one that makes the most sense for your needs.

Because it's delivered electronically as soon as your order it, you'll have instant access to your obituary templates, sample obituary formats, and samples of obituaries.

Full Money-Back Guarantee

I want to make sure you're getting value, so take your time—up to 90 days—to let me know if our guide didn't help you through this difficult time. If so, I will instantly refund your money, no questions asked.

I invite you to order this guide now, so you can start this important process right away.

It will save you a lot of valuable time and peace of mind, all for just $4.99.

Click the button below now to order securely through PayPal, and you'll get instant access so you can start creating a meaningful tribute to your loved one today.

Regards,

Christina Newberry

P.S. Remember, you have up to 90 days to use the guide and decide it's not for you. If so, let me know, and I will instantly refund your money, no questions asked.

P.P.S. Because it's delivered electronically as soon as your order it, you'll have instant access to your obituary templates, sample obituary formats, and samples of obituaries.