You may be giving a eulogy because of your close relationship to the deceased or because the family trusts you to honour his or her memory on behalf of family and friends.
A eulogy is best typed in large font for easy reading and ideally no more than two pages in length.
Some useful tips to writing a eulogy
As a helpful guide, the following information is usually included:
It’s impossible to predict what emotions close family and friends will feel on the day. People can get overwhelmed, and having a backup speaker on hand who can step in and calmly take over a reading or eulogy at the last moment can be useful.
At Windsor Funeral Home, we can also arrange for the celebrant to give the eulogy for a small fee.