|Other:||We regretfully announce the passing of Mr Lawrence Ssejjuuko Bakayama (RIP) who is finally at rest.
Mr Lawrence Ssejjuuko Bakayama (RIP) will be forever loved and forever remembered. We stand together with the family and friends of Mr Lawrence Ssejjuuko Bakayama (RIP) and do appreciate your love and support during this difficult time.
Frequently Asked Questions
An obituary is an announcement that someone has passed away, that is often printed in a newspaper or published online. Obituaries often include biographical information, a list of familial survivors, accomplishments, hobbies, and information regarding visitation, a memorial service, or a funeral service. Synonyms include mortuary tribute and death notice.
It is basically an announcement of a person’s death. It includes the day he or she died, a recent photograph, a short biography of his or her life, information about family members, and details about the funeral or memorial service.
Everyone should get an obituary. An obituary is the final published story of your life. And everyone deserves to have one.
Are you debating whether your family member needs an obituary? If you don’t want to write it or don’t feel confident writing it, ask another family member or friend. Uganda Funeral Service will also help you write one.
Obituaries are not mandatory. They are not required by law to be written or published. But … if you’re considering skipping the obituary because it’s too overwhelming to write or you don’t think you have the time, please reconsider it.
An obituary is the final tribute to your loved one, the final loving gesture you can give them to ensure the world remembers their contribution
This is a tough question to answer.
First, we suggest you politely decline writing this obituary and assign the task to someone else. Your feelings about this person are 100 percent valid and if you don’t believe this person deserves your time to write about his/her life, then you absolutely should not do it.
We believe everyone who lived on this planet should have an obituary to commemorate that life. But, you certainly don’t have to be the one to write it. Politely decline the task of writing the obituary and go spend some time with people you love and who love you back.
The easiest answer to the question of who to include in an obituary is all the people who loved and cared for the person who died.
It’s common to list all immediate family members: spouse, children, grandchildren, parents, siblings etc