Sympathy Cards

Words of Sympathy for Fellow Employees

by Leslie M. on May 5, 2014

The loss of a loved one knows no boundaries and there are no exceptions.  That’s why is so important to show an expression of sympathy for fellow employees when we learn that someone they cherish has died. I know how difficult it can be to find the right words to let someone know you are […]

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Sympathy Messages To Write In A Card

by Brenda Z. on March 10, 2014

Often times when a loved passes away it leaves us with a loss of words. We feel so much sorrow that the only thing we can do is sympathize. During these difficult times, a sympathy card with a heartfelt message is all we have to give to show someone we care. The Gallery Collection offers […]

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How Do I Deal With A Death In The Office?

by Jayne W. on February 13, 2014

When a co-worker loses a loved one, even the most confident among us sometimes find it a challenge to know the right thing to say. The obvious and most practical thing to do when dealing with a death in the office is to send thoughtful sympathy cards with a personal note included. But who among […]

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Sympathy Cards – Thoughts That Can’t Be Erased

by Piper W. on September 26, 2013

As my parents have grown older, so have their friends. It seems like my Mother was making many monthly trips to express her condolences at our nearby funeral home. The family who loses a loved one has so many arrangements to make within several days and life becomes surreal. The chaos of a funeral viewing […]

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It was a really nice day out, and it was a Friday. Everyone in the office was anxious and excited. Finally, the end of a long work week! But just as everyone was settling down, we noticed our co-worker wasn’t at her desk. Then we got the horrible news. Her mother had sadly passed away […]

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Be a Boy Scout with Sympathy Cards

by Allison H. on July 25, 2013

We all love good old American boy scouts, right? And why is that? Because they are prepared. “Be prepared” is their actual motto. Everyone likes to be prepared. Does anyone ever say, oh I’d prefer to be unprepared for that meeting, no! So if you like to be prepared, why would it be any different […]

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Expressing Condolences with Sympathy Cards

by Dolly A. on June 27, 2013

It is a natural reaction to avoid anything to do with death or funerals. The unfortunate result is that we are often unprepared and overwhelmed with the proper approach to take when a colleague, business associate or co-worker has a sudden loss in their family. The first step should be to send a sympathy card. […]

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Sympathy Cards – What’s Your Grief?

by Henry L. on May 6, 2013

Nobody enjoys composing sympathy cards. It means that someone has died. Someone we care about is hurting. Instead of listing all the ways we could possibly console our dear friend or family member, let’s take a look at what not to say. Sometimes words just pour out of our mouth or pen, that do not […]

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Helpful Tips for Sending Sympathy Cards

by Henry L. on April 4, 2013

For obvious reasons, no one likes to send sympathy cards. But they are needed, as they help bring comfort to the bereaved and also enable you to express and share your grief. Knowing the right things to say and do can be difficult. Here are some tips for sending sympathy cards. Writing the Sympathy Cards […]

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Sympathy Cards and Treasured Thoughts

by Henry L. on March 21, 2013

Sending sympathy cards is not the most pleasant task, as we all know. It is however, a part of life. Our logical minds tell us that but our hearts aren’t as easily convinced. Just conveying condolences can be stressful. We are never quite sure what to say. We don’t want to upset anyone. If you […]

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