Whenever people pass away one of the first things that family members must do is put together death obituaries. Now you may be wondering, what are death obituaries? Well death obituaries are newspaper articles that announce the passing away of a family member. The death obituaries can be one of the hardest things to deal with for the surviving family members.
Death obituaries not only talk about the death of the person but it also talks and highlights key elements in the person's life. For example it will always talk about when the person was born and when the person died. Death obituaries will also talk about who the deceased person was survived by. For example if the person who passed away was a husband it would say survived by his lovely wife....
So as we can see there is a lot of information that can be put in death obituaries, but there is one piece of information that we have not discussed. There is a common thing that is showing up in a lot of death obituaries and that is whether or not the family wants plants or if they would prefer monetary donations. Now you may be thinking why talk about monetary donations in death obituaries? Well it is a very simple reason. A lot of people are dying without life insurance and a lot of family members are asking for help through the death obituaries.
Now as discussed earlier death obituaries are sometimes very hard and painful for family members to write. A lot of insurance companies and funeral homes are trying to make it easier for families by pre- planning death obituaries, where people can write their own death obituaries and take some of the pressure off the surviving family members.