Condolence messages truly uplift and show your support to someone who is grieving the loss of their grandma. A grandmother can be as close to someone as his or her mother, so it's important to acknowledge the passing of someone so close. Show your sympathy and help ease the sadness and sense of loss by writing a good handwritten condolence message. See the condolence message sample for a grandmother below.
It was such a surprise to me when I heard your grandmother had passed away. I understand how painful this must be for you, as you know I lost my grandmother only last year.
Mrs. Dennis will be remembered for her warmth and kindness to everyone she met. She always had a smile, and a glass of sweet-tea to greet you. I remember those warm summer afternoons when we used to sit on her front porch sipping our tea. She was very special to me.
Please be comforted by the thought that many people hold fond memories of your grandmother. She touched all their lives.
To quote from Kahil Gibran - "When you are sorrowful, look into your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight."
You know, we will always remain friends. It would be such a joy if you would call on me for any help you need. I will stop by this Saturday, and I'll bring something that you can heat and eat or freeze for later. Until then, if there is anything I can do, please let me know. I will call you on Saturday morning to see if you need me to pick anything up for you from the grocery or hardware stores.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
I would like to send my condolences regarding the death of your granny. She was so popular in our community and did so much for so many. Her volunteer work down at the shelter was invaluable and benefited so many people. I never saw her without a smile, and consequently never saw anyone around her without one. That smile and her spirit were contagious.
I know we havenít seen each other for awhile now. Life keeps everyone so busy. Iíd like you to know though, that I think of you often and look forward receiving your Christmas cards every year. Not many people take the time to craft their own anymore, the fact that you do makes them very special. My thoughts and prayers are especially with you at this time.
Your granny did keep me up to date on whatís been going on in your life. She spoke of you often, her love for you and your family was obvious. Iíd like to come to the funeral, and will begin to make arrangements for time off immediately. If for any reason Iím not able to make it Iíll let you know. Until then, my prayers and thoughts are with you and your loved ones.
With my deepest sympathies,