Many people like to write funeral thank you notes to express their gratitude for people coming to their loved one's funerals. But bereavement thank you notes can be hard to write, especially so soon after the event when you are still in shock. We've put together some short notes to give you some ideas.
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Dear John and Susie
Thank you for coming to Dave's funeral and for the beautiful flowers you sent me. Dave always felt our friendship over the years was special. I have many happy memories of our shared outings together I hope to see you soon.
Your friend, Mary
Dear John and Tammy
Our many thanks for the huge support you have given our family since mother's sudden death. It has helped us through a difficult time, knowing we have such good friends. Knowing you are all there for us in times of need is such a comfort. Hope to be in touch soon.
The Smith family
Dear Tim and Mary
We would like to say a heartfelt thank you for supporting us at Henry's funeral on Thursday. We cannot express enough what a huge comfort it was to us all to know that he had influenced everyone's lives in some way. It helped us to cope at this sad time. We will be in touch with you as soon as we can.
Many, many thanks
Jane and family.
To Dennis and Gary
The Dale family would like to say how much we appreciated your presence at Donald's funeral on Tuesday. He would have been proud to see how all his friends rallied round the family to give support at this difficult time. He enjoyed the holidays you all had and of course the many hours of surfing which was the love of his life. Thank you, he was lucky to have such
good friends. Do keep in touch.
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