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How do I put death notice in Waikato Times?

How do I put death notice in Waikato Times?

For information on submitting an obituary, please contact Waikato Times by phone at 0800 287 322, or email at [email protected]

How do I find a death announcement?

Nowadays, many obituaries can be found online, published digitally on the websites of newspapers and funeral homes, as well as on remembrance sites like Legacy. The local library remains a good place to look for older obituaries, with library newspaper archives often dating back a century or more.

What should a death notice say?

After funeral death notice example Dearly (beloved/loved) or (loved/loving) husband/wife of (Name) much loved (father/mother) and (father in law/mother in law) of (names). Cherished (grandfather/grandmother) of (names). A private funeral was held on (day, date) at (name of church, chapel, crematorium, cemetery).

What does a death announcement look like?

The basic information usually included in a death notice is: The full name of the person who died, including maiden name or nickname. Date and location of death. Names of surviving family members (optional) Details of the funeral service (public or private); if public, date, time, and location of service.

What is the difference between a death notice and an obituary?

Death notice: a paid announcement in a newspaper that gives the name of the person who died and details of the funeral or memorial service, as well as where donations can be made. Obituary: an article written by the newspaper’s staff offering a detailed biography of the person who died.

How do I find information about someone’s death?

How do I find my ancestor’s death record?

  1. Use the Finding US Death Records wiki page.
  2. Check online indexes and digital images.
  3. Check repositories, such as archives and libraries (FHL)
  4. Obtain certificate from the government agency ($$)

How do you tell someone their family died?

The Best Things to Say to Someone in Grief

  1. I am so sorry for your loss.
  2. I wish I had the right words, just know I care.
  3. I don’t know how you feel, but I am here to help in any way I can.
  4. You and your loved one will be in my thoughts and prayers.
  5. My favorite memory of your loved one is…
  6. I am always just a phone call away.

How do I publish a death notice?

To submit a death notice to a newspaper you can go to the paper’s website and follow the instructions there, or you can go to and find a link to the newspaper’s death notice submission page there. To submit an obituary online, use our resource Guide: Filing a Death Notice or Obituary.

How do you announce a death on Facebook example?

Keep It Concise

  1. Full name of the deceased.
  2. Date of death.
  3. Cause of death (specific or general)
  4. Links to more detailed information such as an online obituary or memorial site.
  5. The date, time, and location of services if they have been planned (otherwise, add a statement that more information is forthcoming)

What should you not put 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.

Is there always an obituary when someone dies?

Although writing an obituary isn’t a requirement when someone dies, it is a common way to inform others about a recent death. Publishing an obituary is an easy way to let others know that someone has passed away, and many people also view it as a message that celebrates the deceased’s life.

Who can get a copy of a death certificate?

Not everyone can obtain a copy of the death certificate. Most typically, only certain people can request this record with few questions asked: The executor or administrator of the estate. Immediate family: spouse, parent, child, sibling.

How to respond to a Waikato Times death notice?

Greater Hamilton death notices from the Waikato Times and other Waikato death sources. Explore life stories, offer tributes/condolences, send flowers or create a lasting online memorial for loved ones. Powered By OBITUARIES FUNERAL HOMES SEND FLOWERS NEWS & ADVICE MEMORIALS Search SEARCH Obituaries and Guest Books BROWSE Most Recent Notable Deaths

Who are the people in the Waikato Times?

SLATER, James Douglas (Jim): Passed away peacefully at Waikato Hospital on Friday 9th July 2021, in his 94th year. Dearly loved husband of the late Mavis. Loved father and father-in-law of Grant and Alison and Sue. Friend of Glen. Loved Poppa of all his grandchildren and… Published in Waikato Times from Jul. 13, 2021 to Jul. 14, 2021.

When did Don Livingstone of Waikato Times Die?

LIVINGSTONE, Donald Ian (Don): Passed away peacefully on 12th July 2021, in his 92nd year. Loving husband for 59 years of the late Rachel (Rae). Loved Dad and father-in-law of David & Virginia (and the late Catherine), Robyn & Paul, Michael & Louise, Jennifer & Stephen…. Published in Waikato Times on Jul. 13, 2021.

Where to celebrate Barry’s life in Waikato?

A celebration of Barry’s life will be held at NZ Warbirds, Hangar 2, 824 Harvard Lane,… Published in Waikato Times on Jul. 13, 2021.