The Details of This Person's Life
Choose (pronoun). Your first entry in this second part of the obituary begins telling this person's day-to-day story. Select He or She.
Spouse’s Name. Type the name of the person’s spouse or life partner. There is enough room here to include information about the length of the marriage or whether the spouse has already passed on.
Choose and choose (two pronouns). The next two fields prompt you to select his/her and he/she in order to describe Hobbies, including any kind of favorite or regular activities, whether it was bowling, playing Scrabble, or regularly attending baseball games. Skip over to Clubs to enter any professional organizations the person attended.
Choose (pronoun), choose tense, and employer. Use these fields to create a sentence or three about what this person did for a living. Don’t forget to include any awards or unusual accomplishments.
In recent years. This section asks you to insert the person’s name and then describe the things he or she was doing in the year or months leading up to the death.
Survivors. Here you will list first the surviving relatives, and then the deceased relatives. As before, double-click on the space and read the prompts so that you don’t forget anybody as you type in each family member’s name and relationship to the deceased.