The best way to write a sympathy card is to be genuine and simply say what you feel

Addressing the Sympathy Letter Envelope

Posted: August 17th, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

The sympathy letter is a good gesture after the death of a friend or a family member. Addressing the sympathy letter envelope is much the same as sending any other letter or card. In the letter, you want to convey a message of support and empathy to the grieving person.

When you address the envelope, you can write for example ‘Brown Family’ on the address line for a relative of the family. If you are not personally acquainted with the family, you may write ‘To the family and relatives of John Brown’. This is appropriate for teachers, co-workers and many more.  Place ‘Tina Brown’ n the top line if there is only one in the home that is close t the deceased. If you are not sure, you can write ‘To the friends and relatives of Tina Brown’.

You can also add a memory or two of the departed and let the recipient of your sympathy letter know how much the deceased will be missed. If you like, you can inform the bereaved that you made a charity donation in the name of the departed. Sign your name below the message. Never let anybody else sign your name for you and likewise do not sign for another person. Your personal signature is a simple gesture that will be recognized.

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