Cities like New York and LA were covered, but now small farming towns and outlying areas can also search for news of deceased loved ones.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
Recently, Obituary.us.org added more local newspapers to their nationwide database to make it easier for families and friends of those who've passed located in small towns to view obituaries online. The company shared this addition was made to be able to serve all types of clients.
"We needed to add local newspapers to our U.S. database because it just wasn't right that folks in small town America couldn't use our website efficiently. Cities like New York and LA were covered, but now small farming towns and outlying areas can also search for news of deceased loved ones," said a company agent.
With these new local newspaper records, anyone can look up the obituary of someone deceased across the nation. Access new information about families and learn more about the death of anyone passed.
When available, Obituary.us.org reports include:
The obituary website prides itself on providing the most public information the can about a deceased family member or loved on. Both basic and premium reports are available for consumers to use the service once or continue to do more research on their family.
Obituary.us.org can be a good source to look up long-lost relatives and dig further into a family's past. With a simple name and state search, find out how someone passed, when they passed, and any other public records available right on the website.
Obituary.us.org provides an easy way to find obituary records online. With access to millions of newspaper reports, public records and obituary reports, the website can give consumers information on the acquaintance, friend or loved one they are searching for. Obituary.us.org gives a quick and painless way to find any death certificate.