At a funeral, a eulogy is a speech used to commemorate a person’s life, and to say goodbye. This speech is often delivered by a close friend, family member or loved one, paying tribute to the person who has died.
A lot of people say that they struggle when it comes to writing a eulogy, as it can be hard to put a person’s life into words. Here, we wanted to provide some helpful advice on how to write a eulogy, including some tips for structuring the speech, as well as some thoughts on when it comes to delivering it.
If you have a specific enquiry or want to know more about the types of funerals we can offer, you can get in touch with any member of staff across our Medway funeral branches. We operate mainly in Strood, Rochester, Gillingham and Rainham, but are also happy to carry out funerals in other areas, and are always on hand to help with any funeral queries you may have.