Bernard Atta

March 06, 1959 ‒ May 17, 2020

Galena, Ohio

Obituary Pending

  • I’m am heartbroken to hear this news. Bernard trained me at ODRC and was so very patient and kind and was a team player. My short time there , he was sunshine on a cloudy day and had a smile that could not be forgotten. I am truly blessed to have crossed paths with Bernard and want his family know he has touched my life and my heart and prayers are with them.

  • From Foster & Akos in London.
    It was heartbroken news when I had a call from one of his nieces in Tel Aviv Israel.
    My family was a next door neighbour with Mr Bernard Atta and his family some years back in Tel Aviv, Israel.
    Mr Atta was such a kind and respectful man, always smiling and friendly. We were the best of neighbours in the building. We lost contact since we all departed From Tel Aviv to different countries in the year 2003 until recently his wife had my wife contact number, we had a very lengthy chat on the phone with Mr Atta and the wife just last March where we recalled lots of old memories in our time in Tel Aviv. Mr Atta and the wife planned to visit us in London by next year December. But he did not live to the end of this year.
    It’s really sad news to us. My Deepest condolences to the wife and children and the entire family from Offinso. RIP

  • What A Shock, when I learnt about the passing on of Bernard.Really, I was very sad and confused I could not continued with my job that day .What a nice man he was.If I had not met Bernard, last year would have been a very disgraceful for me.He was very kind and respectful person . Even though he is not here physically, spiritualy he is here with us. BERNARD, Until the RESSURETTION DAY REST IN PERFECT PEACE

  • John & Gladys Yeboah,
    Benard arrived from Isreal to my house in Columbus Ohio, we lived with him for some months before he settled down and moved for his own privacy. When his wife came later we missed his contact until when we heard his tragic death.
    Our condolences goes to his wife, children and the entire family back home and abroad may God keep him till the resurrection morning RIP.

  • Our condolences to the family. Such an outpouring of love is a demonstration of this wonderful human being.

    The Smith Family

  • What a blessing to have Bernard and his family as a part of my congregation. And it was a joy to help them get settled in America and develop their lives here. My love and prayers are with the family during this time of loss and transition.
    Pastor Lowell Headley

  • My condolences & prayers to his wife Bernice, his children, & all of his family! Look to the hills from whence cometh your help, all of your help come from the Lord!