A good condolence message is warm, caring and also brief. The tone of the message should convey comfort and support, without overemphasizing the feelings of pain and loss. Your Tribute cautions to avoid words that may cause further sadness for the recipient.
Funeral Thank You Notes
Those who attend the funeral you can send a brief note of gratitude to all the attendees at a very small funeral. However, if the funeral had hundreds of people in attendance, you probably won’t want to send everyone a note, but you can still be selective and send a message to those who went out Read the full article…
What is an example of a condolence message?
Simply stating how sorry one is for the loss is usually a good place to start. Add further details about how much the person was loved, as appropriate.
What are some words of sympathy.
Some words of sympathy that people can give to someone for a loss are “we are sorry for your loss,” “we are thinking about your wonderful mother (brother, sister, etc),” “our thoughts are with you and your family” and “we will miss your mother.” While it can be difficult to write a sympathy card, it is Read the full article…