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A memorial service is a beautiful way to say goodbye to someone who has passed away. There are many ways to say goodbye, and the option that is right for you will depend on the relationship you have with the person who has died. 

Here are three ways to say goodbye: 

1. A Memorial Service of Condolence: This type of service is often held in churches or other religious buildings. At the memorial service, family, friends, and co-workers gather together to share memories and condolences. The service may also include readings from loved ones about the deceased person. 

2. A Memorial Service of Grief: This type of service is usually held at home or a place where the deceased person felt comfortable. At this service, family and friends gather together to mourn the loss of the person. Services may include poems, songs, and speeches about the deceased person. 

3. A Memorial Service of Celebration: This type of service is usually held outside in a warm environment. At this service, family and friends gather together to celebrate life while honoring the memory of the departed person. Options for celebrating at a memorial service may include a toast, sharing stories about the deceased person, and playing music.

There is no prescribed dress for a memorial service, but generally, people wear somber clothing in honor of the deceased. Some people choose to wear a color that represents the deceased person's favorite color, or an emblem that symbolizes their personality. It is also common to bring flowers or a gift to donate to the memorial service.

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