Writing a Eulogy is tough, but it doesn't have to be. Remembering a passed friend is a chance to give one last present to them. It is a privelidge to
be asked to speak about your family member or friend its not a performance and won't be judged as one. You need to just be caring and truthful. Things you would want to include during your eulogy is how you knew the deceased, what your relationship with them was, how you met, a memory you have that sticks out in your mind, any nice things they may have done, what their thoughts on the days events might be and advice they have given you that you'd like to share with the funereal party. Remember when delivering the eulogy take your time, if you use humor do so with love, no stories that would embarrass the funereal party there with you, if you lose composure take a breath , a drink of water and move on. I found it helpful to focus on a family member who could be strong for me when I gave my eulogy for my grandfather.