Started writing this a while ago I sat down to write this eulogy the weekend before my mother died. I was in a chair next to her bed, keeping her company as she dozed. Initially, I thought this would be the hardest thing I would ever write. But the truth is, as I watched her sleep, I took comfort in knowing she was lost in a dream-world instead of plagued by her dark reality—and the words poured out of me like I too was lost in a world of dreams.
A Eulogy to My Mother-in-Law
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Eulogy for Mum
This is an example of a eulogy that was given at a funeral for a wonderful lady who lived for 96 years, passing away after a long struggle with dementia. The secret to giving a good eulogy is practice. You will need to practise your speech many times, as it will be an emotional day, and your emotion may change how your voice sounds.
It was for my grandfather who passed away due to old age. Since then, I have seen and given quite a few eulogies. As a speaker, many people have asked me what would be the best way to deliver a eulogy.