Writing Eulogies For Sisters

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Eulogies For SistersPay tribute to a remarkable person by writing eulogies for sisters.  Writing a eulogy for a sister is an excellent way to pay tribute and memorialize her life. Writing a eulogy pays tribute to our loved one and help friends and family members attending the funeral grieve by hearing fond memories and stories about the person.

When writing eulogies to sisters it is helpful to begin by reading a sample eulogy. The sample eulogy will show you how to structure your eulogy and what topics are typically included. Next, you may want to contact your sister’s friends and other relatives to collect more information about your sister. Some of her friends may not be delivering their own eulogies, but may have stories and memories that they would like included in your eulogy. At the least, they can help you learn more about your sister’s likes, dislikes, hobbies and interests.

Eulogies for sisters typically start with a short introduction or welcome message, then are followed by personal memories, experiences of others with your mother, favorite things, how your sister influenced you and others, and how much she will be missed by everyone.

Eulogies For Sisters (Sample):

Thank you to everyone who is in attendance today, I know that many of you had to travel a long distance to be here. I would like to say a few words about my sister Anne. She was more than just a sister to me; she was my role model, my friend and my hero.

Anne was three years older in age, which I really liked when I was young. We were close enough in age that we shared a lot of the same interests and had a lot of the same friends. However, because Anne was a few years older than me she was able to give me a lot of advice. She taught me about boys, helped me with schoolwork, took me to my first bar and helped me transition from high school to college.

My sister and I remained close after university. We both remained in our hometown and spent a lot of time together. We both got married only 1 year apart and were each other’s maid of honor. We even got pregnant around the same time, which was great for the both of us. We were able to help each other when needed and our children became close friends.

Anne was a very kind-hearted and caring person. She always went out of her way to help her friends and family. Anne often had garden parties at her house and loved to entertain. She was an incredible cook and I often tried to get her to teach me her baking secrets.

It is hard to imagine what life will be like without Anne. She touched so many people and will be missed dearly by everyone she knew. Anne, you were the best sister anyone could have asked for and I will miss you always. God bless.

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Writing eulogies for sisters does not need to be a difficult task. If you need additional sample eulogies for sisters and help writing eulogies, view our guides to writing eulogies and eulogy samples.

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