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Welcome to our collection of eulogy guidance, tips and examples, which is mainly based on our own experiences.
Just to make it quite clear, the examples presented here are not intended as a representation of how a close family friend or relative of the deceased should write or present a eulogy speech, they were written by a funeral director/officiant for people we mainly never knew, which means they are somewhat generic in places.
They are as described, simply "examples".

If you have volunteered for the honour or have been asked to deliver a eulogy speech for the first time then we hope you will discover some useful information here, information perhaps that will go some way towards helping you in your present quest.
Good Luck.

This is an occasional random reading that may be suitable for a eulogy speech

 

We Bereaved Are Not Alone

We Bereaved Are Not Alone - Helen Keller - A Popular Funeral Reading

We bereaved are not alone.
We belong to the largest company in all the world, the company of those who have known suffering.
When it seems that our sorrow is to great to be borne, let us think of the great family of the heavy hearted into which our grief has given us entrance, and inevitably, we will feel about us their arms, their sympathy, their understanding.
Believe, when you are most unhappy, that there is something for you to do in the world.
So long as you can sweeten another's pain, life is not in vain.

Helen Keller

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