The Only Titles I Can Think of are Tasteless, So...Obituaries it is.
This example obituary was fairly impressive compared to the obits that are normally printed in my town's local paper. The amount of personal detail was impressive, though it made me wonder how much probing had to be done to obtain. I'm sure much information on a person (if he/she was a veteran, where he/she worked) could be gained without too much prying, but the more personal information may take some questioning. Perhaps it is out of respect for the grieving that obituaries are normally so formalized and rather dry? Honestly, this is a guess on my part, feel free to correct me. But I wonder if the quality of the obituary depends on more than who you are (were) and who you know (knew), but how forthcoming with information your family and friends are. Maybe this is that shining example of humanity in reporters we've been searching for?