Sending Thank You Notes

Sending Thank You Notes After a Funeral

Saying "Thank You" to Friends and Family in a Note Card While it may be difficult to write thank you notes in a time of grief, it is important to acknowledge acts of kindness and support.

After the Funeral: What You Need To Do

Following the funeral a variety of estate, financial, and administrative matters must be addressed. Maintaining organized personal records will be most helpful to the people responsible for these tasks following your death. The tasks that may need to be done include:

What to Say In a Thank You Note

Wondering what to write in your thank you notes after the funeral? All you need to write is a simple sentence or two. Write your message in preprinted sympathy cards (add your note along with the printed sentiment), or purchase blank note cards. It’s always good etiquette to say something sincere and personal. Feel free to use these phrases as a starting point: Top Tips

Good Etiquette Guide for the Surviving Family – After the Funeral is Over

What to Do After the Funeral Service Acknowledgements (Thank You Notes) See Sending Thank You Notes Ashes (cremains, or cremated remains) Etiquette demands the utmost respect for human remains. We also feel an obligation to respect the final wishes of our loved ones. That does not, however, mean it’s acceptable to break the law, and laws are quite strict regarding the disposal or scattering of human remains, including ashes.

Etiquette for the Surviving Family: Planning the Funeral

Arranging the Funeral Now that Your Loved One Has Died A funeral is a formal service of remembrance with the body present, in either a closed or open casket. Your funeral director or clergy can advise you on many aspects of etiquette relating to the actual funeral service. If your loved one hasn’t preplanned, you will need to make a number of decisions:

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