A eulogy is a speech given or a letter that is read out in praise of a person who has died.
A eulogy doesn’t have to be a kind of history of your loved one. You can tell stories from your heart that show how your loved one’s life impacted on yours. There is no right or wrong way to do a eulogy.
These days, eulogies have become a normal part of a funeral service that really speaks about the personality and the life of a person who has died.
A eulogy is about sharing something about the person who has passed away in a personal way, to help others at the funeral know how you are feeling.
When writing a eulogy you might want to include:
Or you might prefer a special reading, music or poetry to reflect the person who has passed.