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Death of Employee

Example 1: Example of death announcement





SUBJECT: Employee death

As many of you are already aware John Anderson died Monday evening in an automobile accident. He is survived by his wife, Jenny, and two children, Jocelyn and John, Jr.

John was 10-year employee of Sector Systems, Inc. Those of you in the R&D department probably realize the impact of his loss the most. John’s leadership in that department resulted in a series of innovations and advancements for Sector’s products and services.

A memorial service is scheduled for Thursday at 2:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church on Decker Lane. Interment will follow at Greenway Memorial Cemetery.

Counseling services for those in the R&D department as well as anyone else seeking help in coping with John’s death are available. Please contact Human Resources at ext. 555.

Example 2: Condolence note death





SUBJECT: Recent events

The tragic accident yesterday involving our Rapid Response Team is a great loss for our company family. We all know the dangers of toxic containment programs, but recent events have brought it all home.

I know you will join me in grieving the loss of David Johannes, Sarah Brighton, Gamel Ibrahim and Terrence Davis. All were important members of the Xyros Company family. All be missed and mourned.

Rest assured we will investigate every aspect of yesterday’s accident. Rumors and gossip will only cause further frustration and consternation on the part of both our company family and the families of the dead. A complete finding on the accident will be forthcoming.

Details regarding individual memorial services and burial will follow. A company memorial service is scheduled for Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. in the meeting hall at the main complex. Donations to the support fund for surviving family members may be made at the management office.

The loss of so many people in a company as small as ours is a difficult burden to bear. Anyone needing counseling or guidance in this time of sorrow should contact the Employment Office.


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