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Death resolutions are used in place of a eulogy, but serve the same purpose. Death resolutions generally include a title, introduction, "Whereas" statement, "Therefore" statement and a conclusion. More »

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The introduction of the church resolution states the close relationship that the deceased had to God. After, the "whereas statement" is written to explain the reason for the church resolution. The church resolutions are ... More »

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Funeral resolutions are documents that memorialize a deceased person by detailing their relationship to God, their family and community. A pastor or other clergy member reads the resolution during the funeral, and then o... More »

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When writing a death announcement, it should include the full name of the deceased, the deceased's age at the time of death, and the date and location of death. Details regarding any spouse and any family members such as... More »

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