Farewell Letter

A farewell letter is written to say good bye to all the coworkers who have contributed in your success. When you leave a job and move towards something else then you need to write a farewell letter. This type of letter has to mention the day you are leaving the organization. The letter should have a friendly and positive tone. The letter has to express your gratitude towards colleagues.

The letter should have some memorable moments you had in the company. At the end of the letter you can give best wishes to all the people in the company for their future endeavors. The letter should be clear and concise.

A Sample Farewell Letter

Paul Anderson
Marketing Manager
Glen Mark Pharmaceuticals.
39 Sweeny Street,
Van Nuys,
CA, United States
(818) 989-7086

Date: September 15, 2009

Sarah Parker
Chief Executive Officer
Glen Mark Pharmaceuticals
15535 Lanark Street,
Van Nuys, CA,
United States
(818) 989-7007

Dear Ms. Parker:

As you know, today is my last working day at Glen Mark Pharmaceuticals. I have accepted an offer from Alex Pharmaceuticals situated in Dallas, Texas. My family and I will be moving to Dallas in next week. I'm going to miss both the organization as well as California. I'm looking forward to settling down in Texas.

I would take this opportunity to thank you and all my colleagues who have supported and helped me in various projects. The association that I have with the company as well as the people here is unforgettable. I have enjoyed working with you for the past five years. It was a learning experience. I will cherish every moment I spent here for my entire life.

I have handed over all my responsibilities to Jessica Thomas as per the management decision. You can contact her for all the work related issues. She has helped me a lot in last few days.

I thank you once again. I wish you and the company all the best for the future. Let all your dreams come true. You can contact me on my personal email address paul.anderson@gmail.com

Yours sincerely

Paul Anderson

See Also

Farewell Letter Written to a Colleague

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