Losing a spouse can be a difficult time in someone’s life. Depending upon how long they had been together and the depth of their relationship, bond, and love; the grieving process can become quite long and enduring. Sharing some words of sympathy will help to remind the friend or family member that you are there if they need someone. The below samples of messages serve as great examples to help relay your thoughts and feelings to them.
For a special and loving person like him, it’s really a great loss. I’m truly sorry. My condolences.
He may not be there physically, but he will always be right there with you in soul. Remember, love never dies. Take care of yourself and keep your heads up.
I am at a loss for words. I was extremely surprised to hear about your husband’s death. Please know that I am praying for you and your family.
I am so very sorry for your loss. Your husband was a good man. We share your grief at this very sad and difficult time.
I am sorry for your loss. I am at a loss for words and have no idea what to say right now. I want you to know that I am available for you to talk to you anytime.
I am sorry for your loss. I only met your husband a couple times, but he seemed like a nice man. I know that you spoke highly of him. Please accept my condolences.
I know he was so special to you. I know how much you loved him. But, I guess God loved him even more. That is why he has called him up there in heaven to watch your back from above.
I was so deeply saddened to hear of your husband’s passing. He was a wonderful man. You have our deepest sympathy.
If the bond between two people is strong, even death cannot do them apart. At least you have beautiful memories to look back to.
It never seems fair when people we are close to die. I want you tell you that I am sorry for the loss of your husband. I am thinking of you and your family. Please accept my condolences.
Just remember that I am always there for you. I promise. Please take care of yourself. Be strong for the sake of the others who also love you.
May God smother you with all his love, care, strength, in this sad time. I am sorry for your loss, but with time and courage you will sail through these rough days.
My deepest condolences. May God soothe the sorrow you’re feeling right now. Stay strong and take care.
My heart aches when I think about your loss. Your husband was an amazing person to have around. I am so lucky to have met him in this life.
My heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your husband. I know you had a great marriage and loved him so much. I share your grief at this very difficult time.
Your husband was a great guy. I enjoyed working with him, and I will miss his sense of humor. I just want to let you know that I am sorry for your loss.
Your husband was an exceptional, wonderful person. I am lucky that I became one of his friends. I am so sorry for your loss.
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