Thursday, October 11, 2018

Condolence Letter Samples

How To Write Condolence Letter

A personal letter  is as important as a business letter. Therefore, we consider a personal letter as a business letter. In business life, we cannot build a strong relationship without personal touch.  We might encounter personal touch opportunity in our business life when we see our business partner or our customers or our colleagues have the following situations :
  • Wedding Party
  • Wedding Anniversary
  • Newly Born Baby
  • Condolence
  • Birthday 
  • Promotion
When we see our friends or customers in a bad situation, it is  wise to  write a condolence letter.  A good condolence letter can not only ease the bad effects of the situation on a person who face it, but also can strengthen our relationship with him or her. In addition, this condolence letter  can represent us and our sincerity towards him or her. A good condolence letter should conclude the following ideas :
  1. The sympathetic expressions related to the bad situation. 
  2. The details of bad situations including the dates
  3. The positive side of the bad situation 

Condolence Letter On Father's Passing

Boston Language School

1234 South Street  Boston MA 1-350-15364

November 4,2017


Charles Wright
111 North Street
Boston, MA


Dear Mr. Wright:

    We would like to express our great sorrow and sympathy  on your father's death on November 4, 2010.

    Although we were saddened by his loss, we are very proud to be part of his life. We have heard so much about him and his work  on American English Linguistics. We believe that  his work will always  stay with us.

    We hope that you will soon find comfort in this time of sorrow.


Yours sincerely,



Bill Hassle

Condolence Letter On Mother's Passing


Natural Beauty Food
1234 South Street  Boston MA 1-350-15364


November 3,2017


Charles Wright
Gift Restaurant
111 North Street
Boston, MA


Dear Mr Wright :

    We would like to extend our deepest sympathy on behalf of our staff at Natural Beauty Food on your mother's passing away today.
 
    We  know  that  you  have  talked  many  times about your mother's misery facing her diabetic. We are  really  saddened  just  like  you  are  by  this but  we should share your relief that she is now in peace. She was such a wonderful woman.

    Please let us know if there is something we can do for you.


Yours sincerely,




Paul Brown

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