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To write a funeral eulogy, start by writing down information about the person's life, including major accomplishments and milestones, the names of his family members and special stories about him. Use your notes to find ... More »

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A sample for a funeral resolution can be found online on websites, such as Church Funeral Resolution and ObituariesHelp.org. They also provide useful information on writing funeral resolutions. More »

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Family members, friends and clergy most often deliver eulogies. For highly religious funerals, the clergy is usually the person who delivers the eulogy. Directors of funeral homes also conduct some funerals, and these in... More »

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