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Today's topic is how to write a Funeral thank you card. When considering a funeral thank you card, you need to select a card that is something that's meaningful to you, and meaningful to the funeral service and to the person that has passed on. When sitting down to write the thank you card you need to put several things into context as you do this. Thank about who the card is going to and what part, or what role that person played in your loved ones life. Did the deceased have a long illness, where this individual came by and visited, where this individual came by and brought food or helped in different ways? Did this individual attend the funeral service or come by during the visitation themselves? Or, and did they send flowers, or send food to the funeral? All of those things need to be considered or given some thought to prior to sitting down to write the thank you card. The reason being, is you want to be sure and try to remember those things in the note that you personally hand write to this individual. Once you have acquired that information and sat down and made note about what this individual did for you, then take your thank you note, and write on the inside of it a personal handwritten note to this individual and thank them for what they have meant to you, what they have meant to your loved one and what they meant to the family during this time of loss. And, thank you notes, the appropriate time for them to be sent is what would be appropriate for you. As soon after the funeral as possible, but for every individual because of the grief process, that changes with time. Some individuals can sit down and do that a few days after the funeral service, but some individuals because of the grief that their experiencing, it may be some time before they get around to doing the process and actually filling out the thank you cards. So, as soon as is appropriate for you, be sure to remember what the individual did for you, and remember them with a thank you card.