How to Write a Condolence Message

Writing a condolence message should be done with utmost care. While doing so you should keep in mind the relation that you have with the receiver. Making use of minimum words to show what you feel is the best way to write a condolence message so that you communicate the right feeling.

How to write a Condolence Message

  • It does not seem to be possible that someone was with you a few days before and know he is gone. I am very sorry for your loss and can understand what you might be going through. Please accept my condolences on the demise of you’re your brother Alex.
  • [blockquote]Please take my heartfelt condolence on his demise of Prof Albert Gibbs. He was a great friend colleague and a wonderful teacher. His absence will be always felt.[/blockquote]
  • May God help you get over the passing of your father. He was a great man and I know that you shared a great bond. Please accept my condolence to you and your family.
  • Mr. XXX was a great man and his death came as a shock for all of us. Please extend my condolences to him and his family.
  • I am sorry for your loss and pray that  God gives you the strength to over come your loss and live life in a positive way. Condolence to you and your family.
  • [blockquote]I want to tell you that now you are not alone. We are and will always be there for you.[/blockquote]

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