Q&A

How do I submit an obituary to the LA Times?

How do I submit an obituary to the LA Times?

For more information, visit http://placeanad.latimes.com/obituaries. Visit the online Obituary section for the Los Angeles Times.

Is it too late to publish an obituary?

As long as the death is able to be confirmed via a funeral home or death certificate, an obituary may be published any time, be it weeks, months or years later.

Does an obituary have to be published in California?

Short answer. It is not a legal requirement to publish an obituary in a newspaper in order to announce a death. However, a death certificate must be filed with the state’s office of vital statistics when someone dies.

How do I post an obituary on Newsday?

For more information on submitting an obituary, please contact the Newsday by phone at 631-843-3162, or email at [email protected], or fax at 631-843-3257. The deadline to submit an obituary is 4:30 p.m. for the next day’s paper. The photo deadline 1 p.m. for the next day’s paper.

How much does it cost to place an obituary in The Oregonian?

Minimum Obituaries are one column wide by four inches deep (about 30 words with a photo or 120 words without a photo) for $229.00. Obituaries exceeding four inches, price at $100 per column inch. There are approximately 30 words in a column inch. (A five inch Obituary is approximately $500).

How do I find out if someone died in LA County?

The Vital Records office is open to the public by appointment only for immediate need requests between 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., with limited staff and services processing ship out, burial permits death and birth certificates. For “ship out” cases and urgent burial permits, please call (213) 288-7816.

How do I submit an obituary to the Star Ledger?

To place an obituary, you can contact the Star-Ledger’s Obituary Department at one of the following ways:

  1. Phone: (908) 789-4789.
  2. Fax: (908) 789-4744.
  3. E-Mail: [email protected]

How do I place an obituary in The Oregonian?

Obituary inquiries can go to 503-221-8000 or [email protected]

How do I find a death notice in California?

Another way to request for California Death Records is through online public databases. To find out more about the aforementioned records, call the California Department of Public health at 916-445-2684.

Is Cause of death public record in California?

Are California death records public? Informational copies of death certificates are considered public records in California and anyone can order one.

How to write an obituary for the Los Angeles Times?

For information on submitting an obituary, please contact The Los Angeles Times by phone at 800-234-4444; e-mail [email protected] For more information, visit http://placeanad.latimes.com/obituaries Return to today’s obituaries for Los Angeles Times

How to write to the Los Angeles Times magazine?

E-mail comments to [email protected] Or mail them to Los Angeles Times Magazine, 202 W. 1st St., Los Angeles, 90012. Or fax us at (213) 237-7386. All correspondence must include the letter writer’s city of residence for publication, plus a daytime phone number and address, which will not be published.

Where do you send letters to the Los Angeles Times?

Or mail them to Los Angeles Times Magazine, 202 W. 1st St., Los Angeles, 90012. Or fax us at (213) 237-7386. All correspondence must include the letter writer’s city of residence for publication, plus a daytime phone number and address, which will not be published.

How to submit a death notice or an obituary to a newspaper?

Death notices may be submitted to newspapers by the family of the person who died or by someone acting on the family’s behalf, such as a funeral director or a friend. Most newspapers will have links on their websites directing people to submit a paid death notice, usually under the heading “Obituaries” or “Obits.”

For information on submitting an obituary, please contact The Los Angeles Times by phone at 800-234-4444; e-mail [email protected] For more information, visit http://placeanad.latimes.com/obituaries Return to today’s obituaries for Los Angeles Times

Are there any obituaries in Los Angeles County?

Obituaries in Los Angeles County. The Los Angeles city newspapers generally only publish obituaries for well-known citizens. Death notices—which are paid announcements—appear more frequently. These vary in length, but many only give the name of the decedent and the name of a mortuary.

Are there any death notices in Los Angeles?

Death notices—which are paid announcements—appear more frequently. These vary in length, but many only give the name of the decedent and the name of a mortuary. There is no comprehensive index to obituaries and death notices for the newspapers in Los Angeles.

Where can I get a free obituary search?

The Glendale Public Library does local obituary searches for a fee. The Los Angeles County Library does three free obituary searches per month per patron. The person whose obituary is sought needs to have died within Los Angeles County.