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Thank You Notes for Expressions of Sympathy

Posted on : 18-10-2010 | By : admin | In : Thank You Notes

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Thank you notes for expressions of sympathy are not necessary but if you feel you do want to thank each person who paid their respects and were there at your lost loved ones funeral, a good short note will do the trick. Make sure you pick one that is universal. Family members and professional acquaintances alike should be able to receive these cards. Here are a few examples of what a thank you note for expressions of sympathy could include:

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Thank you so much for being so kind to be here for the family in this time of great loss. You are greatly appreciated and we will never forget you for being such a good friend.

Thank you for support and kind thoughts in this time of great need. The family wants to express their gratitude.

Thank you for your expressions of sympathy. It was a comfort to the whole family in this time of sorrow.

Here is an example of a formal thank you note written by the bereaver:

Dear Mr./Mrs. __________,

Our family really appreciated your thoughts and expressions of sympathy in this time of great loss. Your comforting words and presence in remembrance of ___________ is was very important to us. Thank you very much.

Kind Regards,

You may have family members helping to write the thank you notes. In this instance, it should be stated but it is not necessary. An example of how you could state that would be:

Dear Mr./Mrs._____________,

On behalf of ___________, I am writing a thank you note for his/ her appreciation for expressing your sympathy for the loss of ___________. Your kind words were a great comfort to the family and we will never forget your thoughtfulness. Thank you very much.

Sincerely,

This type of thank you notes should be short and sweet with graciousness and dignity. You should have nothing written too blunt, but nothing too over the top, either. Make sure the person feels appreciated for their effort and thoughtfulness. This time is a hard time for all any words of kindness exchanged can lift the weight off the hearts of all who are in sorrow. For examples of gracious words you can look at the book Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep. This book contains beautiful poems and writings appropriate for times of grief.

The paper for these thank you notes should be dignified as well. The funeral home could provide these but you can also get your own at any stationary store. Just a small note card will do.

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