John P. Attard

Kenmore, New York

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I recently heard of John’s unexpected passing. What a sad day. John always brought a smile to my face and his compassion and love for Helene I will never forget. During the short time I had interacting with John, he had a great impact on my life. I hope to always have the positive outlook on life he always shared with me.

Dear Attard Family,

I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Attard's death. It is impossible to think of Kenmore without your dad and husband, and it is even more impossible to think of him without seeing his warm smile and feeling his hugs. Many thoughts and prayers for all of you,

Paula (Venutra) Brach

To the wonderful family of Mr. Attard,
Bob and all his family have given me so many memories of their great times together. so much love to go around and always more to give.
My memories are brief but all are treasured.
may the love of your family and friends see you all through this time of saddness.
Bob and Laurie Johnson

Dear Attard Family,
We are so very sorry for your loss. I loved Mr. Attard like a second dad. I have such wonderful memories of the Johnsons & Attards spending time together as we all grew up. Most of all we remember Mr. A's great bear hugs, his beautiful smile and his infectious laugh! He brought us so much comfort when Dad died. I believe they are now together looking over us all! The entire Attard family is in our thoughts and prayers.

Dear Helene and Family,
Joanne Camilleri just informed me of John's passing and I wanted to offer my condolences. I remember in 1980 when Joanne and I were on our cross country trip we stayed with you in Buffalo. The whole family especially John welcomed us with open arms. I have very fond memories of that time. My thoughts are with you at this very difficult time.

To Helene and all of your family -
I wanted to express my deepest sympathy to all of you during this very sad time. I have very fond memories of John and Helene's trip to California, where I was re-introduced to John's great sense of humor. And as a very young adult I drove cross country with my girlfriend Ginny and we were both welcomed to your home with opened arms. I remember your family as being very close and caring and I trust that your love will get you through this difficult...

Dear Attard Family,
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. Mr. Attard (aka Tin Can) was such a special and dear part of my childhood memories. He was a wonderful man and he will be fondly remembered by all of us. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
The Cairns family (Mary Jane, Ken, Kenny and Erin)

Jim & Nancy - so sorry to hear of your Dad's untimely passing; it's hard for those left behind when it happens unexpectedly. We've heard over the years how close you and your siblings are, may you find comfort just being together during this time of sorrow.

Dear Helene and Family,
I am so very sorry to hear of John's death. ALL of my memories of John & Helene and family are so fond. I remember in my late teens a road trip with my parents....I had wished we lived closer because I was so drawn to your whole family. Great Uncle Joe would have been devastated had he been alive....I would not have known how to console him. They are together now, and smiling down on all of us. Please accept my deepest condolences. What a special person...


John's Obituary

John Attard passed away in Kenmore, New York. Funeral Home Services for John are being provided by D. Lawrence Ginnane Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Buffalo News on June 18, 2007.