Question: Is it OK to email condolences?

An email can be comforting to a person, too, but a handwritten note or your presence somewhere else (a meal, funeral attendance, donation, etc.) is even better. HELENS ANSWER: It is still proper to send a hand-signed sympathy card or note. Generally email is used for casual or informational brief messages.

Is it appropriate to email condolences?

Emailing. Sending an email expressing your condolences is always a good idea, as it allows the recipient to take his or her time responding. Though the bereaved may not be checking his or her email in the days immediately surrounding the death, he or she can respond when its most convenient.

What do you say in an email when someone dies?

What can I say instead of “sympathy”?Condolences.My condolences.My sincere condolence.Wishing you comfort.My warmest regards.My thoughts and prayers are with you.Thinking of you.Jun 26, 2021

How do you say sorry for your loss professionally?

Immediate Personal CondolencesIm so sorry to hear of your loss.Im stunned by this news. My heart aches to hear this news. I love you and Im here for you.Please know that your friends love you and are here for you.Im so sorry. My deepest sympathies to you and your family.God bless you and your family. •Dec 30, 2019

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