Writing a Bereavement Card
When you learn that someone has passed away, it is a polite and caring gesture to send a card to the closest family members of the deceased. The card can be sent through the mail, or given to the family at the cemetery memorial. It can be difficult to know what to say in such a card, so it’s best to keep it sincere and simple. You can acknowledge that you are both sad and sympathetic to the pain that the bereaved person must be feeling, and express your condolences for their loss. If you have a fond memory of the deceased or any positive stories, feel free to include a short version. Depending on your relationship to the bereaved, you may want to offer your ongoing help and support to the bereaved should they need anything in the future.
The compassionate staff at Inglewood Park Cemetery understands that death can be a difficult time for everyone involved. That’s why we provide caring cemetery services and tasteful memorialization to help you deal with your loss. Call us at (310) 412-6500 to find out how we can help you preserve the memory of your loved one. Serving the Greater Los Angeles area since 1905.