Words of Condolence

 Here are suggested words for your floral sympathy cards:

  1. (I/we) (was/were) deeply saddened when (I/we) learned about (deceased’s name) passing.
  2. (My/our) heart(s) goes out to you in your time of sorrow.
  3. Please accept my sympathy for the loss of your (mother, father grandfather, etc).
  4. As you grieve know that (I/we) (am/are) remembering you and honoring (deceased’s name) memory.
  5. Please accept (my/our) heartfelt sympathies for your loss.
  6. (My/our) thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
  7. (I’m/We’re) praying for you
  8. You are in (my/our) thoughts
  9. With Deepest Sympathy
  10. (My/our) sincere sympathy
  11. With Heartfelt Condolences
  12. (Our/my) thoughts and prayers are with you
  13. (He/She) will never be forgotten
  14. The memory of (him/her) will always be in (my/our) hearts
  15. Thinking of you
  16. Thinking of you during this difficult time
  17. May God’s Grace strengthen you
  18. May your heart and soul find peace and comfort
  19. In loving memory of ______. We will all miss him dearly.
  20. Love and sympathies to you and your family.
  21. May fond memories of _______ bring you comfort, even as you face these dark days.
  22. May God bless you and keep you in his care, now and in the days to come.
  23. May God comfort you with His peace and strength.
  24. May the love of family and friends sustain you in these difficult days.
  25. Please know that we are here from you, sending our love.
  26. Praying for you in fondness and friendship, particularly at this sad time.
  27. Sharing your sorrow, as we fondly recall our dear friend ________.
  28. We cannot begin to understand what you must be going through right now, but we send our love, and we promise to pray for your and your family.
  29. With love and fond memories of ________.
  30. Words fail to express our sadness at the death of ________.
  31. (I/we) like to believe that when we lose someone close to us, they still live through us and give us strength. The time we have spent with those we’ve lost makes them part of us.
  32. (I/we) am glad to have known _______. (I/we) realize that you have lost a special person.
  33. No one will ever be able to replace _______. (He or she) was really special.
  34. (I’m/we are) really happy for ________ because (he or she) feels no pain any more. Unfortunately for those of us left behind, we still feel the pain of loss.
  35. Words do an injustice in explaining how much we will miss _______. (He or she) will remain very alive in our memories and admiration.
  36. (I/we) have felt blessed to have known _______. (I/we) can’t imagine losing a blessing like (him or her).