Guest Book for Barbara J. Atwell

Provided by Yost - Gedon Funeral Home & Cremation Services LLC

Posted by: Kenton Rexford
Thu March 28, 2019

WATER COLOR WREATH was sent by Kenton and Lauren.


Posted by: Pat Mann
Thu March 28, 2019
My deepest sympathy to the Strouse Family, my friend, Carol Tanner, her son, Kenton and her daughter, Jessica. The Lord has promised in 2 Co 5:8, absent from the body and present with the Lord.  What wonderful words of comfort to know your loved one is celebrating life with her Lord & Savior. May you all find comfort in those assuring words.  I regret I am unable to be there to celebrate B's life with Carol on Saturday, but my Spirit will be there as well as my prayers. Blessings & love,  Pat

Posted by: Carol McDermit
Fri March 29, 2019
Sending out my deepest sympathy to the Barb Atwell family. I knew Barb from the United Methodist Women's group held at Covenant Church and also from the Lenten Breakfast's. Barb always had a smile on her face and a kind word for everyone. In the short time I knew her she instantly made me feel welcome. She was such a helpful person and she will be greatly missed by all. Much Love, Carol McDermit

Posted by: Donnela Green-Johnson
Fri March 29, 2019
My sympathies to the family. Mrs. Atwell was my English teacher my senior year at Lock Haven High School (1994). She was a wonderful woman, quick to smile, very bright, and really passionate about helping her students. God Bless.

Posted by: Wendi Spicher
Fri March 29, 2019

Please accept my condolences for the loss of your mother. She was a great woman and much admired. I’ll be thinking about you and your family in my prayers.


Posted by: Carol Galbraith Houck
Fri March 29, 2019
Rest in Peace my childhood friend and west third street neighbor.  God Bless this family as they grieve your loss.

Posted by: George Conklin
Sat March 30, 2019
My sincerest sympathies to the family.  I knew Barbara as "Mrs. Taylor" when I attended Lock Haven High School man ears ago.  She was a tremendous English teacher.  Among other things, I will always be thankful to her for introducing me to Shakespeare through studying his play Julius Caesar - an interest that has lasted a lifetime.

Posted by: Marshall hopkins
Sat March 30, 2019
Please accept my heartfelt sympathy on the passing of your mom.
I often think about the years she and I worked together as colleagues at LHHS
and sang together in the church choir.
Herr Hopkins

Posted by: Bonnie Sue Probst
Sat March 30, 2019
Dear Susanne and Family,

I am so sorry to hear of Barb's passing. I had her in English class her first year of teaching. She was always so professional, dressed so nice, not a hair out of place, and such a wonderful smile and laugh. I looked up to her as a teacher. Years later we played tennis together, she loved the sport. I am so glad her Granddaughter played. You were blessed to have such a wonderful mother. If there is anything I can do for you do not hesitate to ask.
God Bless! Bonnie Probst