Business Condolence Email

Business Condolence Email is written by the Chairman to show grievance on the death of the company’s general manager. Sample Letter apologizing for not being able to join in the funeral.

Dear Mr. Millan,

Please accept my condolences on the demise of your company’s general manager Mr. John Harding.

I was fortunate enough to have been able to interact with Mr. Harding on several occasions and have done a lot of business with your company under his leadership. He was a gentleman in true sense and eventually became my good friend. So many young employees looked up to him as their role model. Everyone would sorely miss his guidance and enthusiasm. I would visit your office shortly and interact with you personally.

I am extremely sorry to let you know that I won’t be able to attend Mr. Harding’s funeral due to some reasons. I hope his family finds strength to deal with this loss and I pray that his soul rests in peace.

With regards and good wishes for better times to come.




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