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September 11, 2019 Houseguest Thanks 4 comments

Flowers, memorial gifts, casseroles, visits, calls and prayers – the outpouring of love families receive after the death of a loved one is tremendously appreciated.

Thank You for the Eulogy, White and Pink blossoms …

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Inside Text: ~We never lose the people we love, as they will always continue to live in our heart.~ Thank you so much for your heartfelt eulogy. Your moving words were a wonderful help and source of comfort for our family during this difficult time.
Artist: Barbara Schreiber
Artist Notes: Beautiful blossoms adorn this "Thank You for the Eulogy" card. An elegant way to express your thanks after the pain of losing a cherished family member.
Product Id: 1428052

Thank You for Eulogy, Flowers on Green card

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Inside Text: Your loving support through the eulogy meant a great deal to us. Our family was consoled and touched by its beauty. With most sincere gratitude ~
Artist: Sandra Rose Designs
Artist Notes: These vibrant flowers are perfect to reflect your sincere appreciation. Say thank you for the beautiful eulogy given at the funeral service.
Product Id: 1058899

Hand Lettered Thank you for your heartfelt words i…

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Inside Text: Your Eulogy was a comfort during this difficult time.
Artist: Teri Nelson Kuster
Artist Notes: This lovely thank you card contains the beautiful hand lettered message, from the heart, "Thank you for your heartfelt words". The elegant lettering is centered on a cream colored background with a soft, pink rose arching upward through some of the letters. Perfect for thanking someone who has delivered a meaningful Eulogy at the funeral of a loved one, the heartfelt words of the card will express your sincere appreciation to someone who has supported you during a difficult time.
Product Id: 913006

Eulogy Thank You Greeting Card-Tulips-Flowers card

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Inside Text: Thank you for your comforting words you expressed at my Dad’s eulogy. You helped me find peace with the kind words you shared about him during this difficult time.
Artist: � Sheryl Kasper
Artist Notes: Customize the inner verse of this Heartfelt Eulogy greeting card with image of pink and white Tulips on the front, and message that states, "With Gratitude for your Heartfelt Eulogy". Image copyright Sheryl Kasper
Product Id: 912843

Thank You for the Eulogy, Leaf and Plant Shapes ca…

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Inside Text: Thank You for giving such a thoughtful and kind eulogy. Your heartfelt words gave our family some comfort and peace during a difficult time.
Artist: Shoaff-Ballanger Studios
Artist Notes: Thank You for the Eulogy greeting card. Craftsman Style inspired greeting card with leaf and plant shapes. � Image by Shoaff Ballanger Studios.
Product Id: 943044

Thank You for Eulogy with Dove on Blue and Gold ca…

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Inside Text: Your beautiful, heartfelt words offered great comfort and peace at a difficult time Thank you
Artist: Penny Cork
Artist Notes: A simple, heartfelt design featuring a dove on gold and blue. Symbolizing the transformation of the spirit, this is a lovely way to say thank you to the person who offered the eulogy at the funeral. Please feel free to add to, or change, the inside message to create a personalized greeting card.
Product Id: 913212

Thank You for Eulogy, Heart Shaped Forget-Me-Nots …

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Inside Text: Thank you for finding the right words to honor our loved one and comfort us during this difficult time. The eulogy was beautiful.
Artist: Amy Hadden
Artist Notes: The right words can be so comforting during bereavement. Say thank you to the person that found those words for the eulogy of a loved one.
Product Id: 1319298

Thank You For The Eulogy Blue Watercolor Flower Bl…

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Inside Text: Your heartfelt words brought peace and comfort to our family during this difficult time. We so appreciate your kindness.
Artist: Cathie Richardson
Artist Notes: A thank you for the thoughtful eulogy greeting card featuring soft blue flower blossoms painted in watercolor accented with a botanical pen and ink drawing. You can change the inside message to fit your needs.
Product Id: 1149636

Sympathy Heartfelt Thanks for Eulogy - Sailboat Su…

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Inside Text: You were such a blessing; we are truly grateful for your kind words.
Artist: Rycky Creations
Artist Notes: Show your gratitude to your cherished pastor, family member or friend for their lovely eulogy after the death of your loved one. Neutral background with handwriting showcase an an original oil painting of sailboats, from a photo taken on the Hawaiian island of Molokai. Designed by Rycky Creations; painting by Robin Chaffin.
Product Id: 1385384

Thank You for the Eulogy, Cross, Religious card

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Inside Text: Our heartfelt thank you for the beautiful eulogy you have given.
Artist: Cherie
Artist Notes: A religious card for thanking a family member or close family friend who has given a eulogy at a funeral service. Original graphic design by Cherie - Cherie's Art Card Store �2012
Product Id: 914445

Sympathy Heartfelt Thanks for Eulogy - Tulips card

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Inside Text: You were such a blessing; we are truly grateful for your kind words.
Artist: Rycky Creations
Artist Notes: Show your gratitude to your cherished pastor, family member or friend for their lovely eulogy after the death of your loved one. Feminine purple background with handwriting showcase an an original oil painting of pots of tulips. Designed by Rycky Creations; painting by Robin Chaffin.
Product Id: 1385706

Thank you for the beautiful eulogy. card

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Inside Text: Thank you for the beautiful eulogy.
Artist: Anastasia Chebotareva
Product Id: 913123

After suffering a loss in the family, the last thing on your mind is writing funeral thank you notes. Find sincere wording suggestions for after the burial.

How to Write a Successful Eulogy

thank you note for eulogy

Bereavement Thank You Notes: Examples and Tips

Bereavement Thank You Notes are often difficult to write.

You are

grieving the loss of a loved one.

The last thing you may want to do now, is sit down and write a sympathy note about his or her passing to numerous friends and relatives.

So if this task initially proves to be too painful, then let it be.

Don't push yourself. Most people will understand.

For others, writing sympathy notes of this

kind can prove very therapeutic.

In fact, expressing your need and appreciation for the love and support of loved ones during this difficult time, may make you feel less alone.

And writing about the good that you and others remember about

your lost loved one, may actually help you to work through thegrieving process.

Below, you'll find examples of sympathy thank you notes to aid you with this important task.

Examples of Bereavement Thank You Notes

Dear_____________:

No words could ever express our appreciation for the love and support you have shown to us after the passing of (name of deceased). We are deeply grateful.

With love,

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Bereavement Thank You Notes for Clergy


Dear Reverend ________________:

The eulogy that you delivered for (name of deceased) was beautiful. We were especially moved at your mention of (his/her) sharp wit and love of life.

(Name of deceased)

was a source of great joy in our lives, and we will miss (his/her) fun-loving nature and keen sense of humor. Thank you for honoring (him/her) in such a sincere and heart-felt manner.

We greatly appreciate your loving tribute.

With Warmest Regards,

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Dear Rabbi ______________:

This is truly a time where my faith is being tested. It has not been easy to accept

the death of (name of deceased).

While I am sure that (he/she) is in a much better place, it has been difficult to let go.

Your counsel has pointed me to the path of healing. Thank you for helping me to grieve, laugh and cry.

Sincerely yours,

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More Bereavement Thank You Notes


Dear ______________:

The loving

sympathy

you have shown during this tremendously difficult time is so greatly appreciated.

The white lilies you sent were exquisite. I know that (name of deceased) would have truly adored them.

On behalf of my family, I thank you.

Sincerely yours,

Bereavement Thank You Note for Death of a Spouse

Dear ______________:

As you know, (name of deceased) was a devoted (husband/wife) to me and a wonderful (father/mother) to (his/her) children. We are blessed to have had (his/her) love and presence in our lives for so many years.

Losing (name of deceased) has been a very painful experience. Your loving support has been a great help. Thank you for being there when we needed you most.

With Love,

For more examples of bereavement thank you notes, please see our sympathy thank you notes page.


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I Will Make You Proud: A Eulogy for My Mom

thank you note for eulogy

This is not the time to write the great American novel, so keep telling yourself that "less is more." The truth is that the longer you speak, the more likely you will ramble and make listeners feel awkward, bored, or uncomfortable. Instead, you should create a eulogy that you can deliver in around five minutes. If possible, ask the funeral director, clergy member, celebrant, or other officiants beforehand how much time you will have during the service, but five minutes is a good rule of thumb.

To help keep your remembrance speech brief, you should focus your eulogy on a specific quality or two about the deceased that you admire, or share a story about the deceased that expresses a significant personality trait or formative moment in his or her life. Ideally, try to relate something that you witnessed firsthand or that personally involved you, but if you're having trouble thinking of something, then it's okay to ask a close loved one for some ideas.

By limiting the scope of your remarks in this way, you should find it easier to write your eulogy. A eulogy outline can also help. In addition, you will more likely give your listeners some meaningful insight into the deceased that they will cherish, rather than fill them with the desire to glance at their watches or stifle their yawns.

Read these tips to help you write and deliver a touching, meaningful eulogy for a funeral or memorial service. Keep it brief, personal, and.

How to Word Funeral Thank You Notes

thank you note for eulogy

The condolence message samples we have provided are based on different possible scenarios and cover a variety of relationships for which condolence messages may be required. They are based on common real life scenarios, and adapted from actual condolence letters.

These rules serve as basic guidelines to ensure that you don't unintentionally say the wrong thing in a sympathy message

  • Keep them short yet thoughtful
  • Try to mention a fond or funny memory of the deceased if we knew them
  • Respect religious beliefs. Some people may believe in reincarnation rather than heaven, or could be atheists. Whatever their belief, they still deserve sympathy.
  • Sign with a full name (first and surname) - This is good practice as there might be other relatives or friends with the same first name as you.
  • Never offer financial help
  • Never mention money the deceased may have owed you. This can be dealt with after the grieving period has passed.
  • Do offer to help in other ways such as offering to cook a nice meal for them, or help with chores

Letters of sympathy and condolences are personal, and so you should first mention the name of the person you are addressing. Some of the ways you can do that are:

  • Dear _______,
  • My Dear Friend _______,
  • Dearest _______,
  • Dear Mrs. _______,
  • Dear Mr. _______,
  • Dear Cousin _______,
  • Dear Uncle _______,
  • Dear Aunt _______,
Informal Condolence Messages

For less intimate relationships, say the family of a co-worker who has died, a single sentence on a card will suffice. Some single sentence condolence message samples might be:

  • We are saddened to hear of your sudden loss.
  • Our hearts are with you in this time of sorrow.
  • Please accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your loved one.
  • Words can't express how saddened we are to hear of your loss.
  • Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this tragic time.
Longer Condolence Message Samples

If you knew the deceased and would like to say more than a single sentence you can use phrases such as:

On behalf of the Rugby Football club let me pass our deepest condolences on the recent passing of club legend _____. To say _____ was a larger than life character would be an understatement. He will always be remembered as a great team player – verified by his many awards. His on the field competitive style and skill were only surpassed by his incredible positive influence and zest for life off the field.

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

I pray that the many happy memories of _____’s life with all of you will, with time, overcome the sadness and pain that have accompanied you all as you journeyed these later years with _____. _____ did a lot in the community, but I particularly remember hi/her dedication to our church. He/she worked tirelessly and was a good friend to all. I will always remember our happy times in _____. Please be assured of my prayers.

Please accept my sincerest condolences on the loss of your dear _____. I have so many happy memories of spending time at each other's homes when we were growing up. We were very lucky. I know your _____ fought a brave battle. God bless him/her and all of you at this time of sorrow.

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

I'm really saddened to hear of your wonderful father's death. He was an extraordinary man. There are many in the community who will mourn deeply his passing as his was a life of service, love, compassion and excellence. May he rest in peace.

Our condolences to the _____Family upon the passing of _____. May you always hold fond memories of his/her life with you.

It was with great sadness that we learned of _____'s passing. Please accept our heartfelt condolences and we hope that in a small way they help through these trying times.

Flowers say what words can’t, and they are always a welcomed addition to messages of sympathy. Our condolence message samples are perfect for the card that will accompany your gift if you order sympathy flowers or sympathy gifts online for delivery. Below are some of the most appropriate and appreciated sentiments to use as words of condolences for flower message cards:

  • May these flowers serve as an expression of my deepest condolences.
  • May these flowers remind you of our loving thoughts and prayers.
  • Please know that we are thinking of you and your family during this time of sorrow
  • With hope that it helps you to know we care.
  • With warm and heartfelt sympathy.
  • With blessings, love and prayers.
  • May these flowers express what our words never will.
  • May this small monetary gift help you through a difficult time.
  • Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
  • With our deepest and heartfelt condolences.

In today’s world many people use social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to send condolences. You might say something like:

  • You are in my thoughts and prayers.
  • Thinking of you during this difficult time.
  • Extending heartfelt condolences at this difficult time.
  • So sorry to hear the news of _____’s passing.
  • My heart goes out to you and your family on the passing of _____.
  • Please accept our heartfelt condolences for your loss.
  • My prayers are with you and family.
  • Heartfelt thoughts go out to you in this time of sorrow.
  • My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time.
  • May God give you comfort in your time of grief.

You may find some of the following terms in some of our samples:

  • Sympathy Cards - A card sent to the family to express their sympathy
  • Private Service - This service is by invitation only and may be held at a place of worship, a funeral home, or a family home.
  • Pallbearers – Selected persons responsible for carrying the casket during funeral service. Pallbearers in some regions are hired and in other areas close friends and relatives of the deceased perform this service.
  • Memorial Service - A religious service conducted in memory of the deceased without the remains being present
  • Obituary: notice of death that contains biographical details of the deceased; usually a newspaper notice
  • Viewing: when the deceased is available to be visited and seen by friends and relatives before or after the funeral service
  • Funeral Home - A building used for the purpose of embalming, arranging, and conducting funerals.
  • Funeral Service: religious or other rites performed before final disposition of a deceased body
  • Eulogy - A brief speech that offers praise and celebrates the life of the person who has died.

Makes sure you avoid these common spelling mistakes if substituting your own words for any in our examples.

  • Condolense
  • Condolesens
  • Simpathy
  • Simpathie
  • Preyers
  • Blesings
  • Simpothy
  • Simpothie
WATCH THE VIDEO ON THEME: Thank You for Everything (Eulogy song for Phia Y) - Original Song Written and Performed by Vao Yaaj

If you're asked to give the eulogy at the funeral of a friend or loved one, you'll reading, you don't want to keep your nose buried in your notes.

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