Funerals are a sad time for everyone. The only comfort, is that it is a time where people come together for those who are grieving.
After the chaos has passed and the dust has settled, it is time to say thank you to all those who have helped, from those who donated, to those who took part in the funeral ceremony.
Here are funeral thank you notes that will help to show your appreciation:
Thank You Notes for Funeral Attendees Who Sent Flowers
For people who sent flowers before or after the ceremony, here are some funeral thank you notes that will show them how much you appreciated it:
Thank you for being so thoughtful and supportive through these tough times.
I’m sure she would have loved them, just as much as I have. Thank you for keeping us in your thoughts.
He told me that you were very hands on and was very specific about how everything should look. You’ll be pleased to know that they looked amazing and everyone loved them. Thank you for everything!
I now have them on my bedside table to remind me about my thoughtful coworkers I have, every time I wake up.
The flowers you brought to my office really helped to brighten up my day. Thank you.
Thank You Notes For Those Who Made a Memorial Donation
The persons who made a memorial donation deserve a special thank you. Here are thank you notes to say just that:
Your generous donation to making the memorial what it was, took a huge weight off our shoulders. I would like to thank you on behalf of the entire Green family.
The donation made by your company was a tremendous help in these trying times. I know John would have appreciated it.
Your donation certainly eased the financial burden that comes with funerals and has allowed our family to focus on reflecting on the life of Hannah Lewis. Thanks again.
Thank You Notes for Friends Who Lent a Helping Hand
Friends who lent a helping hand must be shown appreciation. This includes persons who may have brought you food, covered a shift, volunteered to babysit, provided transportation and so much more. Take a look at these funeral thank you notes for such persons:
This gesture meant a lot since some days I didn’t feel like getting out of bed. If you hadn’t done what you had, I would have gone entire days without eating.
Planning the funeral was stressful enough but your kindness helped to lift some of the burden.
All the work you have done will make my return to work much easier as you took on the bulk of the workload. Friends like you are hard to find but I intend to keep you in my life forever.
I just wanted to say thank you for stepping in to babysit when I had to be all over the place putting this funeral together. Your kindness will never be forgotten.
You don’t know how much this means to me and I feel very lucky to be a part of such a supportive and considerate organization.
Thank you for helping me to organize everything. You helped me to manage the burden.
This has been a very tough time for all of us and what you did meant the world to me. Thanks again.
Thank You Notes for Musicians Who Performed at the Funeral
The musicians who performed at the funeral should also be shown appreciation. Here are thank you notes to thank them for making the service what it was:
It must have been difficult to play the piano and sing at the funeral of the woman who taught you everything you know, but she would have been proud to know that you have mastered the art.
Thank You Notes for Clergy Who Presided at The Funeral
Here are thank you notes for the clergy who presided at the funeral:
The words you shared were a great comfort to her family and friends during this time of grief.
I know he looked up to you and you valued him as a member of the church. It is not easy for any of us but your inspirational words honored his life and legacy. For that, we are truly grateful.
I would like to thank you for the brilliant service you prepared to celebrate the life of Lisa Myers, and may you continue to be blessed, now and forever more.
Thank you for incorporating it into your sermon and for sharing thoughtful words with the family and friends of the deceased. Your continued support are greatly appreciated.
Thank you for keeping the family in your prayers, and thank you for the encouraging words you shared at the funeral service. It was a comfort to us all.
Messages to thank you Friends Who Delivered a Eulogy
Delivering a eulogy is not a simple task. A person is required to sum up the life of the deceased and share their most precious memories, succinctly.
Here are thank you notes to show your appreciation for friends of the deceased who delivered a eulogy:
I am grateful for your participation in the funeral service and for your sharing of those precious memories. He was lucky to have such a great friend.
Tony didn’t only see you as a boss, he also saw you as one of his dearest friends. The entire family appreciated you taking time away from work to share your fondest memories with him.
Francine held you very dear to her heart and I’m certain she would’ve appreciated all the good things you had said about her. Thanks again
Though you could not have been there physically, your words still managed to move everyone to tears. Thank you for your kind words and thank you for being such an amazing friend to Bryan.
Your heartfelt words were very moving and they provided comfort to everyone in attendance.
A lot goes into a funeral and you need to write funeral thank you notes to all who have lent a helping hand, or who have helped to comfort you.
Is there anyone you forgot to thank? It’s never too late.