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Death Notice Templates and Obituary Templates

To help you write a death notice or obituary, here are a number of templates. The information in [brackets] and bold is for you to fill in with the particular information about the person who died.

Template 1

Information included in this template:

  • Name of the person who died
  • Age at death
  • Date of death
  • Relationship to survivors
  • Where donations can be made

[Sontag, Susan], [71]. Our beloved [mother] and friend passed away on [December 28, 2004]. Memorial donations may be made in [Susan’s] name to [The Susan Sontag Foundation].

Template 2

Information included in this template:

  • Name of the person who died
  • Age at death
  • Date of death
  • Location of death
  • Names of surviving and predeceased family members
  • Funeral service details

[Jefferson, Thomas], [83], peacefully passed away [Tuesday, July 4, 1826] at [his home] in [Charlottesville, VA]. [He] is survived by [his daughter Martha] and was predeceased by [his wife], [Martha], and [his children Jane], [Mary], and [Lucy]. Funeral services will be performed by [Reverend Charles Clay] at the [Monticello Graveyard] on [Wednesday, July 5, 1826] at [5:00 pm]

Template 3

Information included in this template:

  • Name of the person who died
  • Age at death
  • Cause of death
  • Date and location of death
  • Date and location of birth
  • Parents’ names
  • Marriage information
  • Professional information, professional achievements
  • Awards received
  • Names of surviving family members
  • Funeral service details
  • Charity donation information

[Ella Jane Fitzgerald], [79], died after a long struggle with [diabetes] on [Saturday, June 15, 1996] in [Beverly Hill, CA]. [She] was born on [April 25, 1917] in [Newport News, VA] to [William and Temperance Fitzgerald]. In [1941] [she] married [Benny Kornegay]; [the marriage ended in divorce]. In [1947 she re-married] to [Ray Brown] and together they raised their [son Ray]. [Ella] worked as a [singer] for [59] years, and was particularly known for [her interpretation of jazz standards]. She received [13 Grammy awards], including one for [Lifetime Achievement]. [Ella] is survived by [her son Ray] and [her granddaughter Alice]. Funeral services will be privately held. Memorial donations may be made in [Ella’s] name to the [Schoenberg Music Library at UCLA, 1102 Schoenberg Music Building, Los Angeles, CA 90095].

Template 4

Information included in this template:

  • Name of the person who died
  • Date and location of death
  • Age at death
  • Date and location of birth
  • Early education
  • Marriage information
  • Professional information, professional interests and achievements
  • Personal interests and personal characteristics
  • Awards received
  • Names of surviving family members
  • Funeral service details, including name of funeral home
  • Charity donation information

[Albert Einstein], of [Princeton, NJ], died on [Monday, April 18, 1955] at [Princeton Hospital]. [He] was [76]. [He] was born on [March 14, 1879] in [Ulm, Germany]. He attended [Luitpold Elementary School], [Aargau Cantonal High School], and [ETH Zürich]. In [1902] [he] married [Mileva Marić], and together they had [2] children, [Hans] and [Eduard]. [They divorced in 1919] and [Albert] was [re-married] to [Elsa Löwenthal]. [Albert] worked as a [patent clerk] at the [Swiss Patent Office] and dedicated himself to [making sense of the relationship between space and time]. He served as a member of the [National Association for the Advancement of Colored People] and in [1921] he was awarded the [Nobel Prize in Physics]. A unique soul, [Albert] was very [funny], and enjoyed [playing practical jokes on his friends]. [He] will be greatly missed. [Albert] is survived by [his sons] and was [predeceased by his wife, Elsa]. A memorial service organized by [Miller Funeral Home] will be held at the [University of California, Los Angeles] on [May 18, 1955]. Memorial donations may be made in [Albert’s] name to the [Los Angeles Jewish Community Council].

Recently we have been getting a lot of calls from people asking if we make printed “obituaries” or have “obituary templates”. Basically “obituary templates” are the same thing as “funeral program templates”. “Obituary templates” are also know across the glode as “funeral programs“, “memorial programs”, “funeral programs templates”, “funeral brochures”, “funeral folders”, “funeral bulletins”, etc.

So to help make things more clear for our customers. We also added “obituary templates” to our drop down selector when you begin a new project. We have already seen this help avoid confusion.

Obituary Templates“(Obituary Templates)”

You can read more about all the different size of “obituaries” that we provide on our “Obituary Templates” page. We discuss the individual sizes you see in the picture above in more in detail.

We invite you to try out our online obituary templates by clicking on the button below. Most people are amazed at what they can create. We have talked to many people that have told use that their family members where in tears because of the beautiful obituary they were able to create.

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