Love asked in Family & RelationshipsFamily · 8 years ago

What would you put in your obituary?

I have to write my own obituary for a psychology class..depressing, right? Anyway, what would you put in yours if you had to write one?

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    Lily Ann Smith, aged 42, passed away on May 5, 2013. She was born June 30, 1987, in Chicago, Illinois, and was the daughter of James L. Smith and Julia M. Collins.

    Lily thoroughly enjoyed skating and the outdoors. She loved to ride her father´s horses and was a very good student in her school, Churchtown High School, from which she graduated in 2003. She then attended the University of California, where she was Magna *** Laude in her major, economics, she then went on to pursue a PHD in this field in the University of South Michigan.

    She married the love of her life Dr. Andrew H. Woods, and moved to Milwaukee, where Lily worked as a professor in the University of Milwaukee and Dr. Andrew set up a medical office to take care of his patients.

    They had two gorgeous girls, Sandra and Kate and raised them in the family´s estate.

    Lily is survived by her sister, Margot and her husband Mark Goodman; daughters; nieces and nephews; and a number of other relatives and close friends.

    There will be a private graveside service for immediate family members at the Milwaukee Cementery.

    The family wishes to extend their gratitude to everyone for their support in his final days.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Ex. Heather Danielle Tharp passed away at 11:00 p.m on January 15, 2060 at 70 years old. She worked at St. Joseph Hospital as a Medical Assistant. She is survived by her parents, Ty Charles and Shannon Elizabeth Speicher; her sister, Tabitha Tyann Speicher; her husband, Andrew Paul Tharp; her son; Jayden Michael Tharp. Her funeral is at Eller's Montuary located at 725 S. Main. The visitations are from 9-11. The burial will be at Sunset Memory Gardens. Rev. Becky Sundquist will be officiating.

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