Different Ways to Personalize an Obituary

By: James Donofrio
Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Writing an obituary for a deceased family member might be challenging, and it's not always possible to condense a personal comment into a single paragraph. Most individuals have a tough time with the procedure, while others ignore it entirely. It is not prudent to compose an obituary, as it is an excellent approach to process this grief.

How To Write a Personal Obituary?

Blair Mazzarella Funeral Home gives the following straightforward tips for customizing an obituary for a beloved one:

  • Take a Look at the Decedent's Personality - The simplest and quickest approach to personalize an obituary is to include details about the individual's character, preferences, and looks. If the departed was, for instance, a humorous person, you could make mention of that quality in your obituary.
     
  • Pay Close Attention to the Small Details - More so than anything else, small and relatively minor details tell so much about a person. So instead of solely focusing on their successes, talk about the aspects that contribute to the individual's uniqueness. This would help people understand the decedent's life and character better.
     
  • Justify Why They Are Unique to You - Discuss the person’s impact on your life. Keep track of any good private discussions. It is much more intimate if you include anecdotes and experiences in the obituary.
     
  • Utilize Satire - Some people assume that this type of writing is devoid of humor. Utilizing can be a good option if the decedent possessed a great sense of humor. Additionally, it would ease the tension on an otherwise solemn occasion.

These are just some of the ways in which you can personalize an obituary. For any additional information about our personalized funeral services or for assistance in preplanning your funeral, contact Blair Mazzarella Funeral Home. Our knowledgeable and highly experienced funeral director will help with all the details you need.

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