We are aware that this will probably be your first time having to write a eulogy. Writing a eulogy for a mother has to be carefully constructed.
My mother was a very sensitive and compassionate person. She loved her family, friends, colleagues, clients and students very deeply. Sometimes she stuck her nose into things that were none of her business, but I know her motives were never malicious. She had the gift of gab and somehow was able to have complete strangers share their life story with her within their very first conversations — she truly had a compassionate, open heart.
I remember the days when we lived on Locust and our whole neighborhood was like family. Mom had an open door policy whether it was the neighbors walking in for sugar or eggs, or the neighborhood kids coming to her for advice and shelter.
She always loved the children — including her brothers, sisters, cousins, nieces, nephews and her grandchildren. And I believe as the oldest she felt the need to take care of everyone though it was not always her responsibility.
She exposed us to diverse experiences including sports, the arts, and a world of possibilities. We were taught strong values and the importance of family, faith, hard work, kindness, tolerance, generosity, forgiveness and love.
The last 3 or 4 years were hard for mom with the return of her breast cancer and the other illnesses she coped with. I know she is at peace now. I treasure all the wonderful loving memories and exchanges that my parents shared.Comments for My Mother's Eulogy.
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In honor of Mother’s Day, I would like to share a tribute to my mother that I read in front of friends and family 3 ½ years ago at her funeral. I sat down to write this eulogy a couple weeks before my mother died. I was in a rocking chair next to her bed, keeping her company as she dozed.
Preparing and delivering a eulogy can make those unaccustomed to writing and public speaking very anxious.
Understandably, the eulogist wants to get things right. The most important thing to remember as you go through this process is to focus on the deceased, rather than your own nerves and concerns. Nancy Smeltzer MFA. This is the eulogy that I read today at my Mother’s funeral.
What a hard piece of writing to do as I wanted to say so much, yet keep it short. The example eulogies for a mother below will help inspire you to write a beautiful eulogy to your mother.
For more help writing the eulogy, read our articles on writing eulogies. Example Eulogies For A Mother To Mother From Daughter: My mother was a lovely woman.
She embodied all of the attributes of a . Celebrating Your Mother’s Life Through Eulogy Your mother was a one-of-a-kind individual and deserves to be honored and celebrated in a way that only her child could convey. A eulogy represents a beautiful and timeless way to usher your mother into rest and peace.