Examples of obituary in a Sentence
I read her obituary in the newspaper.
several obituaries for Herman Melville portrayed him as an obscure, largely forgotten author
Recent Examples of obituary from the Web
Douglas later moved to Alabama and died in 2013, according to an online obituary.
Father of woman killed with children in NKY crash: 'Those kids were her life' The obituary described Malohn and Rodney Pollitt as loving parents.
Her obituary described her as an avid runner and full-time working mom who had worked as a paralegal and legal secretary for more than 20 years.
White, who lived in Mount Morris Township, enjoyed sports, video games and the outdoors, according to an obituary, which said he was born in nearby Flint but lived in South Carolina for most of his life.
Logan, in an obituary on Moore Funeral Service, was described as a freshman at Poplar Bluff High School who loved skating and hanging out with friends.
Readers rave about newspaper obituaries, KeyArena graduations, kind SPD officer, civil servants; rant about boys harassing wildlife, blasting car radios, airplane noise, Light Rail rudeness, harassment of cellphone user.
My sports editor called me in the morning to tell me Drew had died and asked me to write the obituary.
But the Playboy founder, who grew up in a repressed Midwestern household, wanted to take an aim at Puritan American values, as Laura Mansnerus reports in her obituary on Hefner in the New York Times.
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