A brief biography: Provide an overview of the person’s life, including key events and milestones. Personal stories: Share anecdotes that illustrate the individual’s character, values, and the impact they had on others. Funny stories: Laughter can be healing, so if you have a humorous memory or story, feel free to include it in your speech. Quotes, poems, or song lyrics: As mentioned in Tip 5, these can add depth and meaning to your eulogy. A closing message: End your speech with a heartfelt message, expressing your love and gratitude for the time you shared with the deceased.