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Using an Obituary

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When the time comes, survivors will only need to:

  • Fill in the sentence about when, where, how and at what age the person died. 
  • Provide a phone number where a family member or the funeral home can be reached. 
  • Email the completed obituary to the appropriate reporter and/or department at the newspaper. 
  • Call the newspaper to make sure the email was received.

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