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What are some thank you sayings for a funeral?

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When a simple "thank you" feels inadequate, perhaps saying, "It means a lot to us" or, "You ease our burden" may feel more appropriate. Expressing gratitude for a gesture — "We appreciate the roses" or "How kind of you to create a scrapbook" — shows a fuller depth of appreciation.

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Saying thank you with words like, "You have our deepest appreciation" or, "I will always remember your kind act" is a way to convey gratitude. Also, referencing the loved one who has died with a phrase such as "John loved the picture you shared with us, and now it reminds us of the wonderful times we had together" makes the note especially personal.

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