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January 31, 2019 Anniversary Wishes 2 comments

During a time of loss, it may be difficult to find the right words to let others know of an individuals death. The following series of examples for.

Dear, Curtis

I am extremely sorry to inform you that our beloved grandfather expired on 03rd September, 2010 at 6:30PM in the hospital. Since two months he was suffering from paralysis . He was at home after getting his first paralysis attack and we were looking after him at our residence. But on 03rd September, 2010 in the morning at around 10:00AM he got sick; he was finding difficulty in breathing so we took him to hospital which is nearer by my residence.

Doctors had tried all enough treatment to bring him back to normal position but everything was in vain. Our beloved grandfather was not able to control the pain and passed away. The funeral would be held on 05th September, 2010 at ST. Stanislaus Church with the Morning Prayer at around 8.00AM I request you to please be there before time. With bottom of my hearth I prayer to god that his soul may leave in peace.

Yours truly,

________________

Mr. John V. Thurman
1489 Richland Avenue
Houston, TX 77060

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Death Announcement letter

death announcement to staff

It is with great sadness that I inform you of the passing of our esteemed colleague and friend Eric Dymond. Eric, a longstanding faculty member of the School of Media Studies & Information Technology passed away unexpectedly at home.

Always an innovator, Eric's student-centered approach to teaching and kind and compassionate demeanor, made him a very effective professor who earned the respect and affection of peers, staff and especially, students. Eric was a fantastic team player, always eager to collaborate with peers and students to continuously improve teaching and learning. He made invaluable contributions to the teaching of Information Technology subjects in our school. A talented and accomplished artist with a curious and analytical mind, Eric had that rare combination of right brain and left brain thinking that allowed him to effectively share his vast knowledge and creativity with his students and peers.

Eric's departure is a big loss for our school. He will be missed by many.

Friends may call at the Turner & Porter Yorke Chapel, 2357 Bloor St. W., at Windermere, east of the Jane Subway on Monday from 6 – 9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Tuesday, October 13, 2015 at 3:30 p.m. If desired, remembrances may be made to Crohn’s and Colitis Canada. Online condolences may be made through turnerporter.permavita.com/site/EricDymond.html?s=120.

Sincerely,
Guillermo Acosta
Dean, School of Media Studies & Information Technology
416.675.6622 ext. 4310, [email protected]

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death announcement to staff

October 17, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Dennis O’Shea
[email protected] /443-287-9960

ANNOUNCEMENT ON THE DEATH OF A STUDENT

Deans Adam Falk, Paula Burger and Susan Boswell sent a broadcast e-mail message to students, faculty and staff at the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus on Saturday, Oct. 17, announcing the death of a student struck in a hit-and-run accident the previous day. Here is the text of that message.

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff,

It pains us deeply to inform you of the loss today of one of our own.

Miriam Frankl, a junior in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, died early this morning of injuries suffered Friday afternoon in a hit-and-run accident on St. Paul Street.

Miriam’s parents were with her when she died. They have told us they were greatly moved and comforted by the presence of so many of Miriam’s friends at the hospital with them last night.

Every student contributes in no small measure to the community we create together at Johns Hopkins. The loss of any student, particularly in so tragic and senseless a manner, grievously wounds us all.

We know that you join us in conveying the deepest sorrow and most sincere condolences of the entire Johns Hopkins community to Miriam’s parents and family. We have offered them any assistance the university can provide.

Likewise, we stand in solidarity with her many Johns Hopkins friends and her Alpha Phi sisters at this most sad and difficult time. We ask everyone in our community to volunteer support to anyone who may need it.

Our counseling center, chaplains and peer counselors are available to anyone who wishes to talk with them about this tragic event. You may make an appointment at the Counseling Center by calling 410-516-8278. Outside of normal hours, the counselor on call may be reached through Security at 410-516-7777. Information on peer counseling at A Place to Talk is at http://www.jhu.edu/aptt/ and information on campus ministries is at http://ww2.jhu.edu/chaplain/.

President Daniels and Provost Minor join us in expressing our deepest sympathies to everyone who loved Miriam and everyone she loved. We will provide you with information when it becomes available about funeral arrangements and an on-campus memorial observance.

Sincerely,

Adam F. Falk
James B. Knapp Dean
Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

Paula P. Burger
Dean of Undergraduate Education

Susan K. Boswell
Dean of Student Life

October 17, 2009 Posted in Homewood Campus News, Student-Related News, University-Related


Office of Communications
Johns Hopkins University
3910 Keswick Road, Suite N2600
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
Phone: 443-997-9009 | Fax: 443 997-1006

Send the memo in staff to announce the death of employee's relative. This is a letter offering condolences and counseling services.

Letter Announcing a Death

death announcement to staff

Example 1: Letter to staff on employee relative death

Memorandum

TO:

FROM:

DATE:

SUBJECT: A time for support

By now I am sure many of you are aware of the loss suffered by Evelyn Wood, our chief auditor. Her husband of 27 years, Charles, died suddenly yesterday evening. All indications are that it was a heart attack. Those of you who knew Charles were probably aware of his heart condition.

There are no definite memorial service or funeral plans at this time, but they will be forthcoming. Any offer of support you might wish to make to Evelyn I am sure will be much appreciated.

I hope you will all keep Evelyn and her family in your thoughts and prayers. She is a valuable member of our family here.

Example 2: Death of Employee’s Spouse

Memorandum

TO:

FROM:

DATE:

SUBJECT: Loss of family member

The son of David Jones, 7-year-old Terrence, was killed over the weekend while playing in the front yard. Those are the only details available at this time. This has hit David and his wife, Jocelyn, very hard.

David will be out of the office the rest of this week, and he may or may not be back next week. In the interim I would like Carl to handle David’s accounts in conjunction with myself.

Funeral arrangements are pending. Please keep David and Jocelyn in your thoughts and prayers. I know they will appreciate your support.

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It is with the greatest of sadness that I deliver to you today the heartbreaking news of the death of our colleague and friend, __(First & Last Name)__.

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