Condolence letter

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How do you write a formal condolence letter? What do you say in a condolence letter?

When writing a letter to pay tribute for a deceased friend or family member to the survivors, this sample letter can be useful. We provide a Condolence Letter template that fits your needs! When you are overwhelmed by the loss, this sample condolences letter might help you express your feelings towards the family of the deceased person. 

Condolence letter sample:

Dear {{Name}}, 

I would like to express, on behalf of {{Company Name}}, our condolences on the loss of your {{relation}}. Many of us here knew {{him/her}} personally, and {{his/her}} {{personality trait}} was well-loved among our staff. {{He/she}} will be missed.

Again, we extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family during this period of mourning. 

Yours sincerely,

As you know, communicating in a professional manner will give the deceased person and their grieving family respect. Therefore, we support you by providing this Condolence Letter template. Please note this template is provided for guidance only. Letters and other correspondence should be edited to fit your personal situation.

Download this Condolence Letter template now, wish you strength. Our condolences.

Also, have a look at these Sympathy quotes to add to your condolences message

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