Condolence Letter to Daughter

By | December 29, 2014

A condolence letter to daughter is written to a daughter to pay condolence on the death of her near and dear one. In such a letter one can write and express about the sympathy, love and solidarity he or she feels for the daughter and her family. It should express the true feelings in the most sincere way to the family of the bereaved person. Given below is a sample condolence letter to daughter on the loss of her father-in-law.

Sample Condolence Letter to Daughter:


Ms. Sara Martin,

255, South Bridgetown,

New York, SA  15534

Dear Sara,

I am really sorry to hear about the devastating news of your father-in-law. I can understand how you and your family must be feeling now and our heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

I know how wonderful and supportive he was and I can imagine the terrible void you all are feeling without him. I sincerely pay to God to give you and family the strength to get through this grief.

You can find solace in the memory that your father-in-law lived a life to the fullest and did not suffer a long illness. He was lucky that he could live his last years in contentment surrounded by all his children.

You will gradually find comfort in your happy memories with him. Losing a family member takes time for us to come in terms with. I wish I was physically there with you at this difficult time to help you.

May his soul rest in peace.

With Lots of Love

Patricia Martin