Sympathy Letters


Sympathy Letters are written to express your condolence and support to someone who has lost his/her near and dear ones. It is written to honor the life of a deceased person and to extend your support and kindness to the person who is suffering. The deceased person is remembered and offered respect through this letter. Writing a sympathy letter is not easy as it relates to mourning for the deceased soul.

While writing a sympathy letter, you must be very polite and respectful. The tone of the letter should be personal, and it should be written directly from your heart so that the person who reads the letter can immediately connect with your thoughts. You should always close with an expression of affection and support so that your eagerness to be there with the person who has lost his loved one can be seen until the end of the letter.

Sample letter

The following is a sample of Sympathy Letter.


Alex Putin,

West View Park,




Michael Swack,

East View Park,


Subject: Sympathy Letter.

Dear Mr. Michael Swack,

My heart aches to learn that your wife Amy Swack passed away recently. I was saddened to hear about her demise and couldn’t forget how nice person she was. Last month when I met her at a party she was fine, and now she is no more. I had never thought while I met her a month back that it would be our last meeting.

Life is very unpredictable, and we do not know what is going to happen next. Your wife was one of the most caring and soft hearted people I have ever met. Her kindness and cherished smile will always remain imprinted in our heart. Nobody in this world can replace her. I pray to God that her soul remains in solitude in heaven.

I know that it is a tough time for you and your family members but can’t remain wistful as now the responsibility of the children is completely on you. You need to be strong and keep your spirit high. Have faith in God, things will fall back on to its place soon. Remember that darkness is followed by light similarly grief is followed by happiness. I am sure that the strength of the love that you and your family share with each other will get you through this difficult time.

Once again please accept my sincere and heartfelt condolences at this most difficult of times. My prayers are always with you.

Yours Sincerely,

Alex Putin

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