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Inspuring Theuatits by Randy Minter DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIES Both death notices and obituaries are ways to announce the death of an individual. A death notice, which appears in a newspaper, is paid for by the family of the deceased and contains whatever words and material that the family deems appropriate, as long as they abide by the rules of length and taste. Obituaries, on the other hand, are news stories over which the family has little control. It is usually up to the newspaper as to whether or not it will carry an obituary, and the family may not lmit details about cause of death or circumstances. Many newspapers only take information about death notices and obituaries from funeral directors to guard against false announcements. Traditionally, death notices are printed in local newspapers, national newspapers, and various other publications, such as local religious or volunteer organization newsletters Newspapers will usually charge a fee for publishing a death notice. The cost will depend on the on the newspaper and its pricing policies. To learn more about our funeral and memorial services, please call MOSER FUNERAL HOME at (540) 347-3431. We invite you to tour our facility at 233 Broadview Ave., Warrenton. Ask us about our BRIGHT VIEW CEMETERY, just outside of Warrenton. "The dead don't die. They look on and heljp D.H. Lawrence