How should you word a funeral acknowledgement?

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Funeral acknowledgments are wordings in a funeral program that express gratitude to those that have been particularly helpful or supportive during a time of loss. Wording can include thanks for prayers and support during a very difficult time or that the family appreciates the sentiments of love. Individual acknowledgements can be placed inside funeral programs or they can be sent out individually on thank you cards. When sending out cards, you can choose those that already have a message or use blank ones to enter personalized messages.
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