Hello Guys! Here we are going to provide a free Obituary template, Here you will get a variety of Obituary templates. Until and unless a person is gone, no one understands the importance of the person gone. Once he/she is gone we used to think how good he/she was. So writing an obit you can convey how special that person was in your life. Here is the listing of some free obituary templates that will help you the way you want that piece of emotions to be.

Obituary Template of Duplicate Death

Obituary Template of Blank Funeral

Obituary Template of Blank Funeral

Obituary Template of Sudden Death

He is survived by his mother and step-father, Lisa and Tim Weems, Ogema; his father, Raymond Smith, Regina; paternal grandmother, Nancy Smith, Regina; maternal grandmother, Linda Houston, Lumsden; great-grandmother, Mildred Howard, Lumsden; two brothers, Timothy Weems, Ogema and Brian Friend, Goodman; two sisters, Melinda Fields, and husband, Alex, Ogema and Cindy Humphrey, Saskatoon, Sask.; two nephews, Kyler and Kelton Fields, one niece, Alexis Fields, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. He is preceded in death by grandparents, Pete and Shirley Lawson, Kenneth Lundblad, and R.J. Smith. Services will be held at 10 a.m., Burial will be in the Union Cemetery and serving as pallbearers will be Stephen Ethridge, Christopher Edwards, Levi Lawson, Matt Weems, Matt Susky and Charlie Colvin.

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Obituary Template of Sudden Death

Funeral Obituary

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She was very much talented and loved singing. She was a graduate of Fairview High School in 1945 and received her BS from Miami University, Oxford in 1949. She was also a member of Delta Zeta Sorority, PEO Chapter CK, Eastern Star and an active member of David’s United Church of Christ. She was a past Matron of Far Hills Chapter Eastern Star (now Belmont Chapter) and served as Grand Marshall of the Grand Chapter of Ohio in 1984.  Marty’s had many talents within her, she was an extremely accomplished seamstress, national roller skating champion, a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, community volunteer, and friend who loved to entertain. She enjoyed camping with her family throughout the United States. And many times she used to go with her family.   She is survived by her childhood sweetheart and husband of 58 years, Thomas H.; daughter, Jane House; son, Thomas A. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 AM Thursday, July 17, 2008, at David’s United Church of Christ,170 W. David Road, with Rev. Andrew J. Bierkan and Rev. Dave Tackett officiating. Burial in David’s Cemetery. Stroop Rd., Kettering with Eastern Star services 8:00 PM. The family would like to express our thanks for the wonderful help and care given by Hospice of Dayton. If desired, friends may make memorial contributions to the Shiners’ Burns Hospital for Children, 3229 Burnet Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45229, or Hospice of Dayton. Here we have provided you some template for an obituary that would help you to understand.

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Obituary Template of Sudden Death

Sample Death Obituary Word Doc

He was 76 when he died. 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 got married to Mileva Marić, and together they had two children, Hans and Eduard. 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. A memorial service organized by Miller Funeral Home was held at the University of California, Los Angeles on May 18, 1955.

Free Obituary Service Outline

North Georgia Veterans Memorial Service


The basic purpose is to provide the family with a means of recognizing a deceased family member’s military service at the conclusion of a memorial or funeral service.


According to proper customs, execute this program you should have six NGV veterans, in uniform, wearing authorized medals.


According to propaganda, this program is designed to be implemented after the conclusion of a memorial or funeral service.


As the family passes, each NGV member will execute a left face (facing the front) and remain to stand until the family is seated.  At that time the NGV members will walk forward and take their place seated behind the family.