Announcement: The formal notification of the death states the full name, the desired phrase: died, passed away, etc., and the date and place (city/town). The cause of death is not usually stated but may be if so desired. The date and place of birth are usually listed next.
Scheduled Ceremonies: This will give the time and location of any viewings, memorial services, scatterings or interments, or any other gathering you may choose.
Biographical Information: This will give information about the person’s life, education, work, honors, hobbies, etc.
Survivor Information: List the spouse, children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, in-laws, other close relatives, close friends, and even pets. Predeceased relatives are usually noted before the survivors.
Contributions or Flowers: Some families request that contributions be made to a meaningful organization instead of sending flowers.
Memories and Tributes: Add this phrase to the end of the notice to let readers know that they can submit special memories and messages online. Through this service, we receive many tributes- even from around the world. There is no fee for our client families to have their obituary notice posted on our website.
Funeral Home Website: Obits on our website allow family and friends to be notified as soon as possible so that they do not have to wait for it to appear in the newspaper. www.hillierfuneralhome.com