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100 Best Celebration of Life Poems for Funerals or Memorials
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100 Best Celebration of Life Poems for Funerals or Memorials

A celebration of life is all about honoring the life of the person you've lost rather than mourning their death. Undoubtedly, grief is terrible and confusing to wade through after the loss of someone you love. But by reciting celebration of life poems in their honor at a funeral, memorial or among friends, these positive, loving words can bring the focus back to the good you shared rather than the heartache or sympathy you may feel.Related: Celebration of Life Invitation IdeasFor the loved ones in your life who are gone but never forgotten, keep reading for 100 meaningful and heartwarming celebration of life poems.100 Celebration of Life Poems1. "The Life That I Have" by Leo MarksThe life that I haveIs all that I haveAnd the life that I haveIs yoursThe love that I haveOf the life that I ha...
Technoblade, popular internet gamer, dies at 23 after battle with cancer
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Technoblade, popular internet gamer, dies at 23 after battle with cancer

The popular Minecraft YouTuber known as Technoblade has died after a battle with stage four cancer, his family announced. He was 23. In an emotional video titled "so long losers" posted on Technoblade's YouTube account, the internet gamer's father read a message written by his late son.  Internet gamer Technoblade has died after a battle with stage four cancer Technoblade via YouTube "Thank you all for supporting my content over the years," the message read. "If I had another 100 lives, I think I would choose to be Technoblade again every single time as those were the happiest years of my life. I hope you guys enjoyed my content and that I made some you laugh and I hope you al...
Philip Baker Hall, character actor known for “Hard Eight” and “Seinfeld,” dies at 90
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Philip Baker Hall, character actor known for “Hard Eight” and “Seinfeld,” dies at 90

Philip Baker Hall, the prolific character actor of film and theater who starred in Paul Thomas Anderson's first movies and who memorably hunted down a long-overdue library book in "Seinfeld," has died. He was 90.Holly Wolfle Hall, the actor's wife of nearly 40 years, said Monday that Hall died on Sunday surrounded by loved ones in Glendale, California. She said Hall had been well until a few weeks earlier, and spent his final days in warm spirits, reflecting on his life."His voice at the end was still just as powerful," said Wolfle Hall. Her husband, she added, never retired from acting. In a career spanning half a century, Hall was a quintessential character actor, a ubiquitous hangdog face whose doleful appearance could shroud a booming intensity and...
Fred Ward, acclaimed film and television actor, has died at 79
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Fred Ward, acclaimed film and television actor, has died at 79

Acclaimed actor Fred Ward, best known for his roles in films like "The Right Stuff," "Tremors" and "Escape From Alcatraz," died Sunday at age 79, his publicist confirmed to CBS News. Ward's cause of death was not released. Before Ward's film career began in the early 1970s, he held several other titles, according to a biography from his publicist: He served three years in the U.S. Air Force, and also worked as a short-order cook, a boxer and a lumberjack in Alaska. Once his acting career began, he became known for the versatility of his roles, the biography said, whether as a cop or an author of erotic stories in "Henry & June" — the world's first NC-17 movie. His first major role came in the 1979 Clint Eastwood film "Escape from Alcatraz;" soon after, he played an accidental t...