Dear George,

We hope this letter finds you well. I have revoked your privileges at the Weymouth Country Club. What with your impending incarceration and all those legal fees, it just doesn’t seem possible for you to keep up with our exorbitantly high dues. We want you to know we all truly believe you are innocent. But unfortunately, the jury is surely going to see it differently. We would be happy to have your wife remain a member, if it weren’t for the fact that she is dead. Of course, we know you had nothing to do with it. That you probably did not hire Johnny Rockbiter to do the job, even though he says you did, which is all the more reason for our deepest sympathy. We at the club will always remember your delightful personality and many contributions over the years. And so it is with a heavy heart and the most sincere regret that I give you this news. And also we ask that you please do not respond to this letter as it may hold up the process of filling the membership slot you are so nobly giving up. God speed and good luck.


Yours Sincerely,
John Q. Rogersmith