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Sympathy Letter for Loss of a Wife

Posted: March 23rd, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

The bond between a husband and wife is something that is treasured for years and years and even until death. Nevertheless, this bond can be broken with the sudden departure of a wife. A husband who lost a wife and children who lost a mother are left with nothing except to grieve over the loss. A wife’s death is a very difficult time not just for the husband but for the children as well. It is best to show a friend how much you care for him and the rest of his family by writing a sympathy letter that comes from the heart.

Most people are often at a loss for words when someone dies, most especially when a wife dies. In order to create a sympathy letter that expresses your deepest sympathies, here is a sample letter to give you an idea of what to write:

My Dear John,

I heard of the sudden demise of your wife and was shocked. I do understand the bond between Tina and yourself. I fondly remember her as a compassionate and affectionate woman towards relatives and friends. I can proudly count Tina as one of my dearest friends because she was someone I could confide with confidence. I share my deepest condolences and please know that I am here to stand by you in this very difficult time. While it is not a matter of forgetting easily, I suggest you get on with life until the end. I know you can surpass the pain and the loss.

With my deepest condolences

Simon

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