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About BlackObits.com - The Best Way to Remember

BlackObits.com is a social-mobile memorial/obituary app to help African-American families honor and memorialize their loved ones who have passed.

Obituaries and memorials are for the living and today’s generation no longer get their news from newspapers, they get their news from social media and the web.

BlackObits.com makes it easier to memorialize our loved ones by allowing pictures, videos and even funeral programs to be accessed from today’s devices – smartphones, tablets and PCs.

It doesn’t matter if your loved was buried with a full service, or was cremated without a service; it doesn’t matter if they passed last week, last year or 20 years ago, you can still have them memorialized on BlackObits.com.

It’s a one-time fee of $99 to permanently memorialize your loved one on BlackObits.com. The obit or memorial is also available on social media on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages, making it easy to access from those sites as well, just search the hashtag that is provided for your loved one’s obit. Obituaries are posted within 24 hours after submission.

Once your loved one is on BlackObits.com, you can save their picture as an icon on your smartphone or tablet so that when tapped, you will go directly to their memorial. From there, the program, videos and pictures can be immediately viewed.

The funeral program is very important to the African-American funeral experience, so if you do not have the program or if you cannot get the printer or funeral home to provide one in a pdf format, we can recreate one for you. The program, once posted on BlackObits.com, can then be printed from home or by any printer or by any copy and print store (FedEx Store, Staples, OfficeDepot, etc…).

BlackObits.com understands the uniqueness and importance of African-American funerals and ensures that future generations never forget our role in American culture.