How do I submit an obituary to Al?

How do I submit an obituary to Al?

You can submit your obit utlizing our online obit placement tool ( Obituaries should be submitted no later than 4pm for next day’s publication.

How do you make an obituary?

How to Write a Great Obituary

  1. Announce the death. Start off the obituary by announcing the death of the loved one.
  2. Provide general biographical information.
  3. Make it personal.
  4. Listing the family members.
  5. Funeral information.
  6. Review for mistakes.

Who died in Huntsville AL?

Huntsville,AL Obituaries

  • Reba Gayle Taylor. 03/17/1938 – 03/22/2022.
  • Sheila Strickland Townsend. 03/07/1960 – 03/21/2022.
  • Reba Nell (Gray) Low. 09/13/1932 – 03/20/2022.
  • Janie Hill Green. 10/19/1930 – 03/18/2022.
  • Alexander Asa Arthur Teague. 07/20/1992 – 03/16/2022.
  • Vernon James McMillan.
  • Carol Alford Robertson.
  • Karen Sharlet Smith.

Is there a template for an obituary?

There are four templates. Two are quite simple, including the most basic information about the deceased. Two also allow you the freedom to list accomplishments, and interests or hobbies.

Should an ex wife be mentioned in an obituary?

Most obituaries include the deceased’s current spouse in the list of survivors, but don’t mention any ex-spouses, as they are not typically considered current family.

Is it appropriate to write your own obituary?

Your best chance of having your wishes honored is to write them down. Writing your own obituary can be part of your life and end-of-life planning. The way you would like to be remembered is part of a careful arranging for yourself should you not be in the best of health or life.

What does a standard obituary look like?

A standard obituary format begins with the following information about the deceased: Full name, including first, middle, maiden, and last names, and suffixes, such as Jr. or Sr. Age at the time of death. City and state of most current residence.

What should you not write in an obituary?

What You Don’t Have to Include in an Obituary

  • Exact birth date. More people are choosing to leave out the deceased’s exact birth date when writing an obituary.
  • Mother’s maiden name.
  • Address.
  • Education.
  • Ex-spouses.
  • Children.
  • Jobs or careers.
  • Cause of death.

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