If you will be delivering a eulogy at the memorial service at the cemetery, it’s best not to try to share a biography of the decedent’s life. Instead, focus on one or two main attributes of the individual that affected you the most. You might discuss the decedent’s warmth and compassion toward others, his or her commitment to family, or the way the decedent always put others first.
When you watch this video, you’ll get some more helpful guidance on planning the eulogy. This expert recommends sharing a story about the decedent that reflects his or her good qualities and characteristics.
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