There are millions of eulogies written and read every year. Some of them are quite sad, while others are uplifting. Deciding how to write a eulogy can be a really hard. There are so many things to consider. How long should it be, what stories should you tell, should you try to be funny at all? The list goes on and on. In the end you have to decide for yourself what the right things to include are.
But along the way there are many sources of great eulogy examples. To see some and to get good advice consider speaking with your local clergy or the funeral home director. Both of these professions are trained on eulogies and have helped with probably hundreds. Either of these people will have eulogy examples available for you to read. The clergy may have even known your family member so their assistance would be invaluable.
If you would rather, another great place to find eulogy examples is on the internet. Just search on eulogy examples and you will find lots of links. There will be some for free templates that will help you to write the eulogy. All you would need to do is to would be entering in some information about the deceased and the program would format and add expressions for you. The other thing you will find is copies of really old eulogies so maybe you could find some inspiration there. People have been being inspired by old writings for years.