What to write in a Farewell Card to Boss

What to write in a Farewell Card to Boss/ Farewell Card Messages to Boss/ Farewell Card Wordings for Boss/ Farewell Wishes for Boss/ Farewell Card Messages and Wishes For Boss

Saying farewell is one of the heaviest words we know especially when it is time to say goodbye to someone you really admire. So if it is time for your Boss to bid farewell here is a list of heartfelt and thoughtful farewell wordings. 

Go ahead and choose the perfect wordings on what to write in a farewell card to a Boss. 

  • I felt sad when I heard that you are leaving the country for good going to Italy. I have been working with you for almost five years and I am proud and honored that I have worked with you. 

  • There is nothing permanent in this life. People do come and go. I am so grateful, boss that I have been in your team for four years. You will be missed, boss!

  • Farewell to a good boss! I understand how your family needs you and that you finally decided to leave your job. Please do visit us again here at the branch, your home for six years. I wish good health to you and your family.

  • I hope the best of luck boss. You will have a new workplace and meet new people, but I hope you will cherish the people you will leave behind and the friendship that we built. Good luck!

  • I wish you the best in career and life, I am happy for you that you will be able to pursue your long-time dream of becoming a theatre actor. It may be different from what you are doing in corporate world, but for sure you will do better at your new chosen career. Farewell for now, boss!

  • Boss, you are a true leader and I salute you for that. I hope I can be as good as you. I am sad that we will not be working again. I wish you the best of luck in all your future endeavors.
  • From the bottom of my heart, farewell Sir Jack.

  • I am not used to having a new boss. I hope that your replacement will be equally good and kind as you. Farewell, boss.

  • My captain of the ship will leave soon, but I will never forget the turbulent waves we conquer during our ten years of sailing. Bon voyage boss.

  • Your positive influence on me will not be forgotten, I will miss you, boss!

  • You taught me to be the best in work, guided me along the way, and you have treated me like a friend. I will never forget that, boss, I really wish you the best for your career, health, and family. 

  • Simply, Thank you Boss for everything! 

  • Good luck and best wishes boss! For me, you are the world’s best boss ever.

  • It is hard to say goodbye to a person who became a part of your everyday life. Thank you for everything you have taught me boss. Farewell and God bless.
  • All the best, boss, enjoy your tour in Spain. Have a nice trip.

  • Thank you, boss for all the support you showed me, by motivating me well and believing in me. I hate to see you go, farewell boss.

  • Working with such wonderful boss like you is a privilege, thank you, boss.

  • Time to say goodbye to one of the most respectable boss in the office. Farewell, Ms. Tyler.

  • There may be another boss who will replace you, but no one can fill the shoes of a good leader like you. Thank you, boss.

  • It was a pleasure working with you, Sir Charles. The team will surely miss you!

  • Thank you for seeing my talent and for believing in me. Thank you, boss, I hope you can drop by sometime to catch up with us.
  • Best wishes big boss! 

  • This is one of the hardest messages I have written. Saying goodbye is not that easy especially for a boss like you. Farewell, boss.

  • Thank you for bringing out the best in me, boss. I am saddened by the news that you are leaving the company. I wish you the best Sir lance.

  • Your positive spirit is contagious to your people. I enjoyed working with you. I will miss your presence and leadership, boss. Best wishes.


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