Although making the decision between choosing cremation or a plot in the
cemetery is an important component of
funeral planning, eulogizing a loved one also requires a great deal of thought. Before
attending the funeral in Detroit, consider the type of person the decedent
was. You may wish to discuss your loved one's dedication to his or
her work and family. You could talk about social organizations your loved
one was actively involved with or you might mention how your loved one
deeply affected your own life in some way.
Hear more helpful tips on eulogizing your loved one by watching this video.
This funeral service professional describes the place of religion in eulogies.
For example, if your loved one was a religious individual, you might read
religious passages that were important to him or her.