Grandparents are special people in the lives of most people. They are a blessing that doesn't last forever, so grieving the loss of a grandmother or grandfather is inevitable. Finding the best words to support a grieving individual is easier with ideas.
Examples to Write in a Sympathy Card for Loss of a Grandparent
I know you and your grandmother were close. I am sorry for your loss. I'm around if and when you want to talk. I'd love to hear some good stories about her.
One of the common tragedies of life is how likely people are to lose their grandparents during their lifetime. Just because it is a common occurrence doesn't make it easy. Let me know if you want to talk or reminisce.
I don't have the words right now to express my sympathy for the loss of your grandmother. Grandparents are wise and tend to know exactly what to say at the right time. Unfortunately, I'm not a grandparent yet.
Grandparents are blessings that we don't usually get to keep our entire lives. We do get to keep their legacies alive with the way we live our lives. Your grandfather has built a great legacy for your impressive family.
I believe the people of your grandmother's generation were stronger and wiser than most of the people in younger generations. Your grandmother was a great example for the younger generations and her contributions to the community will be missed.
I hope to eventually attain the level of life accomplishment and character that your grandfather had. He is a role-model in many ways including humility. I'm sorry for your loss.
I am sorry for the loss of your grandfather. He was a great man, and you have my deepest sympathy.
We had many great memories with your grandmother. Her food was delicious and she made us smile. It’s so sad to hear this news. We'd like to offer you our support. Let us know how we can help.
The loss of your grandparent is a sad event for all of us. I can understand the difficulty that you are dealing with right now, and I want to make sure that you get all the support and help you need in this situation!
My hope for you is that you can celebrate the life that your grandmother had.
My deepest condolences to you, and I want you to know that I am sorry for your grandfather’s passing.
I believe that it’s all the little things you did and shared with your grandparent that matter the most. That bond never ends, regardless of the situation.
We can’t fully understand what you are feeling right now, but we can offer you some help. We can bring some food, babysit, or just hang out and have some fun.
Examples of Sympathy Notes for the Loss of a Grandparent
A Compassionate Note Dear Jamie I wanted to let you know I've been thinking about you. When I heard about the loss of your grandmother I wasn't sure what to say, and sometimes I need some time to write out my thoughts. I have always admired you for the way you handle your relationships including our relationship. I know you and your grandmother had a close relationship. You truly care about others who are close to you and I can only imagine that you got that quality partly from your grandmother. I want to let you know that your grandmother has inspired me through my interactions with you. She was an amazing person and so are you. Please accept my condolences. Sincerely, Jessica
A Supportive Note Michael I'm sorry to hear of your loss. I never got the pleasure of meeting your grandfather, but I know of him through what you've told me. He sounded like an amazing guy who I know was a big influence in your life. Some grandparents are more than just grandparents. They are mentors, teachers, and friends. Your Friend, Joe