24 Best Email Condolence Message Examples

Writing a sympathy card can be a difficulty task. Finding the right words to bring comfort to someone that is suffering from grief can leave you at a loss. Here are some easy to write email condolence message examples you can use for communicating your feelings.

“(name)’s death is a great loss. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.”

“All of us are shocked to hear of the death of our wonderful colleague. (name) was not just a co-worker but a friend to us all here at (name). You have our deepest condolences.”

“Deepest sympathies from the management and staff of (name). Words are never adequate in moments like these. We will say though, that our hearts go out to you, and we will always remember the joyous memories that we are privileged to have in knowing your (name).”

“Extending heartfelt condolences at this time as we remember someone who was a hard worker, someone who stood on principles and a mentor to her co-workers at (name).”

“I am saddened to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.”

“I am saddened to know that you have lost your son. You have my deepest sympathies.”

“I am so saddened by our news. You have no idea. I have already begun praying for you and your family. I am sending you so much love and light. I am holding a picture of you were you are strong and joyful and full of love and healing. I love you guys so much.”

“I am so sorry to hear that you have lost your mother. May your close family and friends provide you much comfort at this time.”

“I am terribly sorry to hear the news of your mother’s death. Please accept my sincere condolences.”

“I have no words to express how deeply sorry I am to hear about your (name). I’m in shock to here this news. My prayers and thoughts are with you all during this horrible time. I love you and please give(name)_ a big hug from us. I would love to fly/drive down and take care of your kids if you need me to. Just say the word.”

“I just found out that (name) died. I am so sorry. I am away on business and won’t be able to attend the funeral but I will visit you when I am back”

“I just heard about the death of (name). I am so sorry for your loss.”

“I just heard the tragic news. Please know my thoughts are with you.”

“I was shocked to hear of your sudden loss. I will get in touch when I return home.”

“I’m so sorry I could not be there in person to convey my condolences. Though I may be far away, know that my spirit and prayers are with you. I will give you a call next week to talk.”

“My deepest condolences on your (name)’s passing. May his memories bring you comfort at this sad time.”

“My love and prayers be with you both and sent to your beautiful Mom. My heart is filled with sadness. Praying for you with open arms.”

“Our condolences to you at this sad time. Your (name) was a wonderful man/woman. He/She always had a beautiful smile. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.”

“Please accept my deep condolences on the untimely death of your husband. It is really very shocking news. Please let me know if I can help.”

“So sorry to hear of (name)’s passing. He leaves behind a wonderful family and I know you will all be a great source of comfort and support to one another.”

“The management and staff of (name) extend our heartfelt condolences at this sad time.”

“The news of your wife’s untimely death is a complete shock. Though I am not able to be with you at this sad time, please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.”

“We are so sorry to hear about (name)’s passing. We hope that the love of family and friends will comfort and strengthen you in the days ahead.”

“We are so sorry to hear the news about your mother. My condolences. You are in our thoughts and prayers. We will be thinking of you and the rest of the family. Sending you lots of love.”

Here is a great video on how to write someone a sympathy card.

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