Newspaper layout terms and definitions

"NAME" , "AGE" , of PLACE OF RESIDENCE ,  died (can also say "passed away", went to heaven, etc.), "DATE" (can include optional cause of death).

"HE/SHE" was born ( "PLACE" , "DATE OF BIRTH" . "NAME" graduated from "SCHOOL" and received "DEGREE" from "SCHOOL" . "HE/SHE" was married to "SPOUSE'S NAME" ( wedding date is optional).

INCLUDE OPTIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION HERE: Employment history, accomplishments, organizations, activities, etc.

"HE/SHE" was survived by "CHILDREN" , "GRANDCHILDREN" , ETC. (Try to separate each name with a comma or semicolon)

Funeral arrangements will be held "TIME" , "DATE" and "PLACE" .

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Newspaper layout terms and definitions

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