Of course if you are looking for inspiration, many other examples of funeral poems can be found on the internet.
Writing a Eulogy
A Eulogy is a funeral speech written in honour of a person who has died to help celebrate their life with others and say goodbye.
It may contain a condensed life history about the person, favourite memories, funny anecdotes that friends and family can identify with, interesting facts about their life that people may not know; their hobbies, family, career, and achievements. You may also want to include a poem or reading. (take a look at Funeral Poems if you are looking for ideas on poetry for a funeral.)
If you are pondering over how to write a eulogy, a good starting point is to get suggestions from other people; how will they remember the person who has died; do they have any stories that really paint a picture of the person and why they will be missed.
Also think about who will read the eulogy. Being such an emotional time, reading a eulogy could prove quite difficult so it may be worth having someone there that can take over, just in case.