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An Obituary is a notice of a death. An Obituary is published by the family of the person who died to let more distant family members and friends know about the death. Funeral homes commonly publish obituaries. A description of the person who died is usually included in the obituary. Funeral arrangements are usually part of an obituary. An obituary is distributed via a publication in a newspaper, or via manual handing out or posting of pamphlets.

Some newpapers offer a service of writing a biography for the person who died.[1]

Old obituaries are a source of information for people writing biographies.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. "What's the Difference Between an Obituary and a Death Notice".
  2. "Ways to Find an Old Obituary for Free".