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

Sympathy Letter for Husband’s Death

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

Writing a sympathy letter is a wonderful way to express deepest condolences for the passing of a husband. Loss of a husband is a very hard thing to accept not just to the wife but also mostly to the kids. When writing a sympathy letter for the passing of a husband, always take into consideration the children left behind.

Begin your letter with a brief introduction like ‘I am sorry for Nick’s passing.’ Add a short condolence such as ‘please accept my condolences’. You may also add a short paragraph indicating a memorable moment with the departed. This could provide great comfort to both the wife and children. Offer assistance to the family if you like, but you have to be specific as to the kind of help you can extend. You can offer to prepare a meal, do errands at the store or taking care of the children.

Make sure to close your letter with sincere words such as ‘my prayers are with you’. A sympathy letter for a husband’s death should be sent right away or at least within the first two weeks since the death happens. Although finding the right words is difficult, you will be able to create a sympathy letter that the bereaved and the family members can read again and again as long as you right from the heart.

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