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Helpful book of Verses

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Published 03/07/2020
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Helpful book of Verses
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Finding the right words and style in which to commemorate the passing of a loved one does not always come easily.

The bereaved are usually anxious to convey their thoughts with dignity and solemnity and in terms that the departed would have approved of.

In the light of this, we’re pleased to present this guide to writing bereavement notices.

As a further help, your funeral director or our team of trained experienced advisors are on hand at these difficult times to listen sympathetically to enquiries and to suggest appropriate wording where required.
Writing bereavement commemorative messages
Most bereaved people like their messages to be personal yet simple, without being trite. At the same time, they are concerned that they should display some originality and should relate especially to the departed loved one.