Farewell Letter To a Teacher

By | August 16, 2010

Mr.  Jacob Anderson,

#36, Park lane,

Los Angeles,

California-USA.

Dear Mr. Anderson,


How are you? I am doing well. By this time you might have known that I have secured first grade in the annual examinations conducted. I glad to inform you that in your subject, I have done exceptionally well. It was only possible with your guidance and intense coaching. A few months ago, when I approached you for some extra coaching, it was so kind of you to have agreed for it and helped me. I will always be grateful to you for the interest shown on me and the pain taken to teach me, despite of your ill health. I owe you a lot.

My parents also want to convey their best wishes to you for the pain that you have taken to teach me. Now I am confident enough to carry on to the upper stages of life. And I will never forget the things which you taught me. I and my family will pray to god for your good health and long life.

Thanking you.

Yours faithfully,

Tom Condon.