Estimator Farewell Letter Templates

The main role of a company is to estimate the cost and amount of labor, materials, and equipment needed to complete the construction work.

If you are thinking about writing a nice farewell letter for such an able person who served in your company or organization for quite some time, then make sure to create it in a positive and cheerful manner, wishing him or her luck for the future, or if you want, then you can also refer to this effective sample letter of mine. 

Letter Template: 1

Letter of Farewell from the Estimator

[Mention the name of the sender]

[Mention the job title of the sender]

[Mention the full name of the entity]

[Mention the date]

To,

[Mention the full name of the recipient]

[Mention the job title of the recipient]

[Mention the full name of the entity]

Dear [Mention the full name of the recipient],

It is very hard for me to say that I will leave this company [mention the name of the company or organization] as an estimator after serving [mention the working period]. I have had the gratification of working with many good talents in the [mention the department of the sender]. 

I will miss all those people with whom I worked for so many years in this company. Especially you, as you were the only one who had stayed for me in every hard situation.

You are the person who supported me and guided me on every work I did. I would not have done well without your support and encouragement.  

Thank you once again for being with me for all those years, but now it is time for me to say goodbye to all of you. But saying goodbye does not mean that I am leaving you all forever. Please be in touch.

You can reach me by calling on my personal contact no. Which is [mention the personal contact no. Of the sender]  Or else you can email me on my email, which is [mention the email address of the sender]. I am going  

To start my new career in my hometown, if you get time, we could also meet for a coffee or even for lunch or dinner. Thank you once again, and with the company more successful.

With regards, 

[Mention the name of the sender with signature]

Estimator at [Mention the name of the sender]

[Mention the mail ID or the contact number of the sender].

Letter Template: 2

Letter of Farewell to the Estimator

[Mention the name of the sender]

[Mention the job title of the sender]

[Mention the full name of the entity]

[Mention the date]

To,

[Mention the full name of the recipient]

[Mention the job title of the recipient]

[Mention the full name of the entity]

Dear [Mention the full name of the recipient],

On behalf of [mention the name of the company or organization ], as an estimator, you have served our company for the last [mention the period].

And now it is very hard for us to say goodbye to you. But on the other hand, we are also very happy that you have got an amazing chance to move ahead in your career. 

I know that nothing is permanent in this world, like a whale migrating across the seas and oceans. And like that, now it is your time to move on. And like this I want you to come back again to our company.

We will put up with not getting you around us anymore. Few people are as reliable, hardworking, and dedicated to their work as you are. You were an asset to our company. Your skills yours will be tried to be followed by the other employees.  

Personally, I don’t say this to many people in our organization, but you have accurately been a pillar of our team.

It is going to be very hard for us to find a hardworking and dedicated employee like you to fill up your post. But still, all the very best for your challenging road ahead.  

In the future, if you need any help or advice, we are always here to help the future, and please be in touch. Thank you again, and wish you more success in your future endeavors. 

With regards, 

[Mention the name of the sender with signature]

[Mention the designation of the sender] at [Mention the name of the sender]

[Mention the mail ID or the contact number of the sender].

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