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  • GRANT-BRAYBROOK, Linda

    GRANT-BRAYBROOK: Linda Grant-Braybrook, November 12th, 1950-October 13th, 2019. Peacefully on October 13th, 2019. Linda passed away...

    Obituary, published on: October 19, 2019
  • GRANT-BRAYBROOK, Linda

    GRANT-BRAYBROOK: Linda Grant-Braybrook, November 12th, 1950-October 13th, 2019. Peacefully on October 13th, 2019. Linda passed away...

    Obituary, published on: October 21, 2019
  • GRANT-BRAYBROOK, Linda

    GRANT-BRAYBROOK: Linda Grant-Braybrook, November 12th, 1950-October 13th, 2019. Peacefully on October 13th, 2019. Linda passed away...

    Obituary, published on: October 21, 2019
  • GRANT-BRAYBROOK, Linda

    GRANT-BRAYBROOK: Linda Grant-Braybrook, November 12th, 1950-October 13th, 2019. Peacefully on October 13th, 2019. Linda passed away...

    Obituary, published on: October 21, 2019
  • PRIOR, ROSEMARY

    Passed on Jul 29, 2022

    PRIOR: Rosemary Prior passed away peacefully at Fairview Personal Care Home on Friday, July 29, 2022 at the age of 90 years. She was...

    Obituary, published on: August 4, 2022, August 13, 2022
  • KALMAKOFF, William

    KALMAKOFF: Peacefully, on Friday, October 17, 2014, William "Bill" Kalmakoff, age 68 years, passed away at his residence. A time of...

    Obituary, published on: October 23, 2014
  • LANGSTON, Norman

    NOTICEOf Correction of service date. LANGSTON: Norman. A Ceremony to celebrate Norm's life will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, ...

    Obituary, published on: December 29, 2009
  • WELLS, Donald

    WELLS: The death of Donald Duncan Wells of Brandon occurred in the city on Tuesday, December 6, 2011. A time of visitation will be held at...

    Obituary, published on: December 10, 2011
  • ALLEN, Kimberly

    ALLEN: The death of Kimberly Allen, age 62, of Brandon occurred on Saturday, May 25, 2013 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Ceremony...

    Obituary, published on: May 28, 2013
  • HARVEY, Lenore

    HARVEY: Lenore Joyce, age 63 years, passed away at her residence. Funeral Service will take place at Memories Chapel, 330-18th Street North...

    Obituary, published on: July 9, 2014
  • GREEN, Sherri

    GREEN: The death of Sherri Leigh Green of Brandon occurred on Thursday, September 17, 2009. Funeral arrangements are pending with...

    Obituary, published on: September 22, 2009
  • PEPPER, Thomas

    PEPPER: The death of Thomas Bruce Pepper of Brandon occurred in the city on Saturday, October 31, 2009. A time of visitation for family and...

    Obituary, published on: November 3, 2009
  • MAUTHE, Douglas

    MAUTHE: It is with sadness that the family of Douglas Mauthe, age 55, beloved husband of Lora, father of Len (Sarah) and Cheryl and...

    Obituary, published on: December 18, 2012
  • BEAUCHAMP, Anthony

    BEAUCHAMP: Anthony Beauchamp, age 58 years, passed away at his residence. Funeral Service will be held at Memories Chapel, 330-18th Street...

    Obituary, published on: April 24, 2014
  • BOURASSA, Rod

    BOURASSA: The death of Rod Bourassa, beloved husband of Susie occurred at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Tuesday, May 1, 2012. A...

    Obituary, published on: May 3, 2012
  • BUDINSKI, Frank

    BUDINSKI: The death of Frank Tony Budinski of Brandon, dear father of Doreen, Jerry and Frank Jr., occurred in the city on Tuesday,...

    Obituary, published on: December 19, 2009
  • BASARABA, Tanis

    BASARABA: Tanis, Taylor and Heather Basaraba are saddened to announce the passing of their Dad, Dennis on October 21, 2012. A memorial...

    Obituary, published on: October 23, 2012
  • ROBB, Verona

    ROBB: On Thursday, August 23, 2012, Verona Lillian May Robb passed away at the Fairview Home, Brandon at the age of 84 years. Visitation...

    Obituary, published on: August 25, 2012
  • GRANGER, Mary

    GRANGER: The death of Mary Margret "Peggy" Granger occurred on Sunday, February 26, 2012 at her residence Fairview Personal Care Home....

    Obituary, published on: February 28, 2012
  • SIMS, George

    SIMS:George Sims, beloved husband of Phyllis Sims, of Virden, Manitoba, passed away at Brandon Regional Health Centre on Monday,...

    Obituary, published on: July 4, 2009
  • COSGROVE, Dennis

    COSGROVE: Dennis D. Cosgrove passed away on Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at Rideau Park Personal Care Home. Funeral Service will be held at...

    Obituary, published on: April 2, 2012
  • ALLUM, Marion

    ALLUM: Marion Lorraine. On Friday, March 25, 2016, Lorraine Allum (nee Bullard), age 74 years, mother of Jim, Jeannette, Donna, Randy, and...

    Obituary, published on: March 28, 2016
  • ROLLO, Dorothy

    ROLLO: Dorothy Helen Rollo, beloved wife of the late Tom Rollo, passed away at WestMan Nursing Home, Virden, Manitoba Monday, August 29,...

    Obituary, published on: August 31, 2011
  • MOORE, Victor

    MOORE: Victor Norman Moore. Peacefully, with his wife Lila by his side Victor Norman Moore passed away on Wednesday, March 11 at Riverview...

    Obituary, published on: March 14, 2020
  • BRAWN, Charles

    BRAWN: Charles Roland Brawn died peacefully on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at the age of 93 years having suffered from pancreatic cancer...

    Obituary, published on: April 28, 2017
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What are the final words on an obituary? ›

Concluding Message

In the conclusion of the obituary, special requests may be made such as, “in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to…” or “Our heartfelt thanks to the staff at General Hospital for…” Some families make the final line a dedication honoring their loved one.

What is the largest obituary website? ›

Legacy.com hosts obituaries for more than three-quarters of the 100 largest newspapers in the U.S., by circulation. The site attracts more than 30 million unique visitors per month and is among the top 40 trafficked websites in the world.

What does a good obituary look like? ›

Obituary Example: Announcing the Funeral. [Full name], [age], of [where they lived], sadly left us on [date of death] due to [cause of death]. They leave behind [list of surviving family members]. A service will be held in their honor at [time] on [date] at [location].

Is the obituary read at funeral? ›

An obituary is written to tell the story of your loved one. These will often be in the funeral program. There will even be a part of the funeral where the obituary will be silently read by everyone in attendance at the funeral. It is something you and your family should be patient with when you are writing it.

What is the most common last words before death? ›

People's last words are often these 4 phrases: What they teach us about living happy, meaningful lives, from an oncologist
  • I want to tell you that I love you.
  • I want to tell you that I forgive you.
  • Would you tell me that you love me?
  • Would you give me your forgiveness?
May 31, 2024

What should you not say in an obituary? ›

Common Mistakes to Avoid when Writing an Obituary
  • Avoid Making the Obituary About You. ...
  • Don't Focus Just on Death. ...
  • Listing People Who Were Appreciated. ...
  • Avoid Clichés. ...
  • Abbreviations. ...
  • Don't Over Describe the Funeral.

What is the shortest obituary ever? ›

North Dakota newspaper The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead ran what is certainly one of the shortest obituaries ever published. Accompanying a photograph and name of local resident Douglas Legler, the obit, which ran Wednesday, had just two simple words: “Doug died.”

What to say when an old person dies? ›

Here are some commonly used things to say when someone dies:
  • "I'm sorry for your loss. I'm here for you."
  • "My condolences on your loved one's passing. ...
  • “I extend my deepest sympathy to you. ...
  • "Thinking of you, sending love and support.“
  • "We're saddened by the news. ...
  • "Heartfelt condolences. ...
  • "You're not alone.
Aug 3, 2023

What is a good length for an obituary? ›

Most obituaries are around 200 words long, which means using as few words as possible to avoid going over the word count. It's a good idea to make a plan before you write to ensure you stick to the most important points about the person who died.

How do you say no funeral in an obituary? ›

Writing an obituary when there is no funeral isn't much different from writing a standard obituary. Simply omit funeral information from any obituary template and you've got what you need.

What is a good sentence for obituary? ›

[Full Name], aged [age of the deceased], passed away peacefully on [date of death], at [location of death]. He/she was born on [date of birth], in [birthplace], to [names of parents]. He/she was a proud resident of [city of residence] and was a 1975 graduate of Holy Cross High School.

What is the best picture for an obituary? ›

Obituary Photos that Make the Cut
  • High-Resolution. Opt for a picture with high resolution, preferably a digital photo. ...
  • Clarity and Focus. Choose a picture that is in focus and clear. ...
  • Natural Lighting. ...
  • Solo Picture. ...
  • Recent Picture. ...
  • Personal Preferences. ...
  • Appropriate Location. ...
  • Clothing Choice.

How to not cry when giving an eulogy? ›

As you are giving your speech, if you begin to feel tears swell up, look up at the audience. This quick action can serve as a distraction for your mind and help hold the tears back. You can also scan the audience to see a friendly face which may also help in making you feel more relaxed and able to hold back the tears.

Is it disrespectful not to have an obituary? ›

Posting an obituary is not a legal requirement and is a sentimental action. Families don't have to publish one if they don't want it or do not have the funds to do so. While you do not have to share a death note or obituary, you must file a death certificate with your state's office.

What do you say at the end of a funeral? ›

If you're unsure how to end your eulogy, finish with a simple goodbye, or a thank you for the memories you shared. You might choose to use traditional phrases like 'rest in peace' or 'sleep well'. Or you can use something less formal, like a greeting or joke you used to share with the person who has died.

How do I end an obituary? ›

At the end of an obituary a special message is sometimes found, such as 'in lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to..' or 'Special Thanks to the staff at General Hospital for..' or 'We will always carry your memory in our hearts'. Sometimes a short prayer or a line from a poem is placed at the end.

What are examples of closing words at a funeral? ›

If you're unsure how to end your eulogy, finish with a simple goodbye, or a thank you for the memories you shared. You might choose to use traditional phrases like 'rest in peace' or 'sleep well'. Or you can use something less formal, like a greeting or joke you used to share with the person who has died.

What is the last paragraph of an obituary? ›

The closing paragraph is typically rather short and includes details regarding services or gatherings, as well as any requests regarding donations being made to charities or organizations that are meaningful to the deceased.

What are examples of last wishes? ›

Your last wishes can include anything you want, including funeral or cremation preferences and plans, body disposition preferences, obituary information, messages to your loved ones, requests for your final days, and personal information like where your will is.

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