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When you are planning a funeral, one of the most important things you’ll need for the memorial service is a program to hand out to everyone who attends. Attendees like to have something that lets them know what’s going on, and provides a keepsake of the service, as well.
Typically a funeral program lists the names of everyone participating in the service. You’ll want it to include the name of your departed loved one, as well as the names of your pallbearers, honorary pallbearers, speakers, soloists, and anyone else who should be recognized for providing special services such as floral arrangements, a post-service meal, etc.
Funeral programs also list any special poems you may have selected, as well as readings and the name of the music being provided.
If you’re not sure where to begin creating your own unique funeral program, a free funeral program template is a good beginning point. It not only provides you with ideas of what others have done, but will allow you to write your own funeral program – or at least list the major “blanks” you’ll want to fill in.
You’ll find many free funeral program templates online, so just search on that keyword phrase, and you will be certain to find something that will fit your needs.
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