Eulogy Writing

source link Eulogy: a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly, especially a tribute to someone who has just died (Oxford English Dictionary).

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http://macarthurgrange.com.au/?proklon=citas-online-clinica-montefiori&133=cc If you’ve been asked to deliver a eulogy at the funeral of a loved one or friend, and are determined, as I’m sure you are, to provide a loving, memorable and fitting tribute to the person you’ve lost, why not let me worry about making every word count?

As you will already know since you are on my website, I am a professional funeral celebrant. You can find some of the most recent testimonials from clients HERE. What every client tells me is that I have an astonishing ability to take their anecdotes and memories and produce an accurate, fitting and warm euology. This comes partly from the training I underwent when I decided to be a celebrant, but it is also something that comes naturally to me – this is why I am a writer when not actually preparing and delivering funerals. I am a published author under more than one name and you can find me on Google and Amazon if you care to look.

http://oaklearners.ca/?pimakerey=site-de-rencontre-harmonie&3ea=af How does it work?
Although I will write the eulogy it will contain your thoughts, feelings and memories to honour and celebrate the life of the deceased. The most important thing, therefore, is for me to get those memories and ideas from you. Email makes it easy to work with you at any distance so no matter where you live I can quickly provide all you need, but I realise not everyone feels comfortable with email. So here are the options:

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I can email* you my Questionnaire. The questions are carefully designed to encourage you tell me as much as possible about the person you’ve lost. I will use the information you provide to write the eulogy. If I feel there are gaps, I will ask for additional information. When I have a final draft I will email it to you for approval; if you require changes I will make these for you.

(*or send by post if you prefer)

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If you find it easier to talk to me about the eulogy we can arrange a time when you can call me. I’ll take notes and will use these to write the eulogy. Please email me or pick up the phone and we can take things further.

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If you want me to visit you in your own home I can do this but please be aware that if you are not local to me this will be quite costly as I will have to charge travelling expenses. Please contact me by email or phone to discuss this further.

I want to make your eulogy special and I will work with you to ensure the finished work says exactly what you want it to say. Those at the funeral will have loved and respected the deceased. It’s my task to ensure your eulogy is a moving and fitting tribute to that person.

Whichever option you choose, I will email or post the final eulogy to you according to your preference.

 

 Prices

Option 1: £100

Option 2: £125

Option 3: £185 plus travelling at 45p/mile

  

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