Professional Condolence Letter

By | October 2, 2014

A professional condolence letter is often written to a colleague, boss or any other person whom you know professionally in order to show sympathy for their loss. These types of letters must be short and precise just to show that you care enough to remember the person when they are facing hard times. A sample letter is given below for reference.

Sample Professional Condolence Letter:

To,

Mr. James Brown,

67-K, Rosaline apartments,

Park Street,

London.

Date: 18.7.14

Dear Mr. Brown,

Subject: Condolence letter

I was really saddened by the news of the death of Mrs. Brown. At this mournful occasion, I would like to express my sincere sympathy and would want you to know that you and Mrs. Brown will remain in my thoughts and prayers at such a time.

I have met Mrs. Brown at several formal gatherings and found out that she had a lovely personality. Her generous donation to the orphanages made me even fonder of her. She had a pleasing personality which enchanted everyone she came in contact with. I can completely understand your loss and pray to God for the welfare of your family. I would like you to know that Mrs. Brown will always be in our thoughts and hearts.

I wish that God will give you enough strength to deal with the situation. If there is anything that I can do for you then please feel free to contact me on 666-777-455.  May her soul rest in peace.

With my sincere sympathy and regards,

James Green.