Date: DD/MM/YY (Date on which the letter is written)
Subject: Condolence letter
We are deeply grieved to hear of your (relative)’s (the deceased) death. The news came to us last evening and we were all equally stunned by it. (Describe in your words). I speak on behalf of the entire team when I say that your (the deceased) was a marvelous person. But life is dynamic and it does not stop to wait for anyone. (Express your feelings).
We would not presume to advise you about life but would like to say that our prayers are with you and your family and we all hope you can recover from this huge personal loss. (Cordially describe your sympathy and greetings). We are always at your service and would be delighted to be of any help at such a tragic time.
May God bless you all.
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Another format, (Email Format)
To: Receiver mail address, email@example.com
From: Sender mail address, firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Condolence letter.
Dear Mr./Mrs. (name of the receiver),
I am saddened to hear about your (Relative)’s demise last night. It had a staggering effect on me. (Describe in your words). Even though he was far up in his years, nobody had expected him to pass away so suddenly. I can only imagine the pain you must be going through. (Express your feelings). Some of us, at the office, still remember him from his time as the CEO (Job Position). His intellect and manner of dealing with his clients and subordinates were a revelation of his natural amicability. (Explain all about the situation).
We hope and wish that your family can move past this huge loss and try to honor his memory by remembering his successful life and career. (Cordially describe your sympathy and greetings). Kindly count on us for the smallest help that you need. We will be obliged to be of use to you.
May God rest his soul in peace.
Name of the Sender…