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Letter of condolence Is sent to express sympathy for something that has happened to the reader of the letter or to someone close to him/her.
What Should a Condolence Letter Contain?
How you heard of the loss.
How the loss made you feel.
Special traits or characteristics of the person who passed.
Memories or thoughts of the person deceased.
An offering of support and help to the recipient.
A heartfelt closing. Good way to start a letter Quick Tips for Writing Condolence Notes: You can start by telling the addressee how sorry you are for their loss and how you are affected by the loss as well. This helps let the person know that he or she is not alone in their suffering – which is very supportive and helpful at a time like this. - Don’t write your letter in a formal or stiff manner.
- Avoid mentioning anything other than the deceased and wishing the recipient well.
- Follow through with any offer you make to the recipient.
-Write your condolence letter or note on pretty stationary or paper. Letters of condolence By: Giovanni Andres Beleño
Alex steven Gutierrez
Andres Camilo Peñaranda Date: 12 june 2005
Dear Mr.&Mrs. Sharma,

Words cannot express how deeply sorry we are for your loss. Suraj will be missed terribly.

Throughout the years, we have valued his friend ship, kindness and thoughtfulness. We will sorely miss all of our laughs, friendly competition, and evenings of comradeship. We will always keep suraj memories held deeply within our hearts reminding us of how life should belived.

We wish we could be with you to comfort you, to help you, to hold you, and to pray with you. But, we are her eat anytime to talk with you, to listen; to comfort you just give us a call.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

With love and sympathy,


Raj manhas niraj mohan



Layou

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Opening salutation:
dear

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I am writing to extend my deepest sympathies to you and your family. I was so very sad to hear about, he / she was such a wonderful woman/man


Main Body Sample Paragraphs

I had the honour and the pleasure to know your husband /father /wife/ sister and I was very sorry to hear about his /her passing away. I had the greatest respect for ______ and will miss working with him/playing golf with him, his/ her generous nature and sharing his / her remarkable sense of humour.

You have my deepest sympathies on the death of your grandfather.
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family.

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Please let me know whether there is anything I can do to help during this difficult time. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I will light a candle for tonight

Sender's name and signature
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