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Example Death Notices for the newspaper obituary To write a death notice you must remember to add five things,   1) Surname  2) Where the deceased passed away  3) Date they passed away  4) Where they lived (Suburb/Town)  5) Who they were related to  Here are some examples that may be of assistance; SMITH (Dorothy)   Quietly passed away at home, in the loving arms of her family on 12/12/02,  the Late Mrs Dorothy Smith of Bentley, Loved Wife of Harold (dec)  much loved and loving mother of Jessie and Mick  Rest in eternal peace mum, your suffering is over. SMITH (Dorothy)   Passed away in Hollywood hospital after a long battle with illness on the 20/11/02  the Late Miss Dorothy Smith of Bentley, beloved younger daughter of  Joan and John. Our darling girl you will be so sadly missed, forever in our hearts. SMITH (Dorothy)   Tragically taken from us on the 22/11/02  the Late Dorothy Smith,of Bentley, beautiful and loving daughter of  Joan and John, much loved sister of Jessie and Mick.  You were taken before we could say goodbye  We love you and will miss you so very much.
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WEBSITE MENU WEBSITE MENU Obituary notices are very personal and you can add whatever you want keeping in mind the cost is per line. If you keep the above format in mind you won't go wrong and all the main details will be complete. You may also wish to keep the notice from the paper as a memento for future generations.    SEARCH FUNERAL NOTICE ARCHIVES Donít forget..  It's nice to put everything you can think of in a paper notice for you and your friends to read, but remember it is much more important to tell the one you love how much they mean to you before they die. In this busy world that simple basic fact can be forgotten
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