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Sympathy Message Suggestions

Knowing what to say when sending a condolence flower arrangement can be tough. Here are a few suggestions on some things you could say:

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

We are thinking of you during this difficult time.

With deepest sympathy!

With heartfelt condolences

Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss.

We are deeply sorry to hear about the death of ‘name of deceased’.

Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

“Name of the deceased” will always remain in our hearts.

Peace, prayers and blessings.

The memories of “name of the deceased” are everlasting in my heart. My sympathies are with you.

I am at loss of words in this hour of grief, God bless!

"Name of the deceased” will always be in my heart.


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