Let the memory of Rev. Bernard be with us forever
  • 65 years old
  • Born on August 26, 1952 .
  • Passed away on October 23, 2017 .

We respectfully announce the passing of Rev. Bernard Cameron, age 65, of Atlanta, Georgia(Formerly of Hogansville) on Monday, October 23, 2017.

Funeral services will be held at 12:00 noon Saturday, October 28, 2017 at St.. Paul AME Church in Hogansville, Georgia.

Pastor Willie Wynn will officiate and interment will follow in the Myrtle Hill Cemetery.

The family will receive friends on Saturday from 11:00 AM until the hour of service at the Church.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to Thrash and Sons Funeral Home, 117 West Main Street, Hogansville, Georgia. (706) 637-8791 Fax (706) 637-8796.

Posted by Bev DeMello on 2nd November 2017
Bernard had a gentle spirit and a nose for news! He was an excellent writer, a good communicator, and he accomplished many good things for consumers while at the Georgia PSC. I enjoyed working with him at NARUC, and I know he will be missed!
Posted by Veronica Blackwell on 31st October 2017
To Carolynn, Endel, Kellie and Family, Our sincere condolences are with you all. Bernard was the musician for the Alexander Memorial AME Church choir (Atlanta), for a few years. We will all miss his smile, his sense of humor, spontaneous excursions and activities that bonded us as a choir and friends. Oh, we'll also remember his cooking and fun competiveness. His God given talents and gifts reached far beyond what was seen or known by man. His time here with us will be treasured. May God continue to comfort and strengthen each of you. Veronica Blackwell Ministers Freddie and Marverly Williams
Posted by Addie Valentine on 27th October 2017
Dear Carolynn and Family, we know that God will lighten your path with His presence, and comfort your heart with his love. Please know that we the Robinson Sisters, and your family in Christ here at The Star of Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, are praying with you and extending all the love that comes with God's abundant peace that passes all understanding. The Robinson Sisters of Cleveland, Ohio Nawassa Brown Williams, Pianist Pearl Robinson Barnhill, President Fannie Robinson Taylor, Manager
Posted by Vernice Scott on 26th October 2017
When everything is ready, I will come and get you, so that you will always be with me where I am. And you know the way to where I am going.John 14:3-4 Rest in peace my brother and friend
Posted by Tom Bond on 26th October 2017
Bernard was a true public servant. In his years at the Public Service Commission he helped literally thousands of his fellow Georgians, both in his handling of consumer issues and in his educational outreach. We missed him greatly when he left the Commission and will miss him even more now.
Posted by Vernice Battle on 26th October 2017
Rest now my friend, my brother and spiritual adviser. I will truly miss your earthly body but I know you will be with me spirituality. I love you dearly my friend your job here is well done. RIH my brother rest on. One thing you taught me is that God knows the date and time he is ready for us to come home and I know that you were ready because of the way you lived thank you for everything you gave and done for me especially teaching me more about God and understanding his will in our lives. Every time I think of you I will smile thanks for the love, laughter, talks and friendship. You friend Niecy
Posted by Claudette Willingham on 26th October 2017
It hurt my heart to learn of Bernard's passing. Many of us that started with the Georgia Public Service Commission back in 1999 remember Bernard. He trained the majority of the Information Referral Specialists. If there was anything going on in Consumer issues Bernard knew about it. He was really the go-to person on Consumer issues. Bernard was a really great person. When he retired from the Commission he left me with three things. Two plants that are thriving today. Bernard loved to decorate for Christmas and I admired some gold Christmas ornaments that he used to decorate his office Christmas tree. I told him I loved those ornaments. When he retired he gave me all of his gold ornaments. And that was typical of Bernard. He could be really sweet like that. I send heartfelt thoughts to his family and friends. Bernard was truly a great man.
Posted by Cheryl Dumas on 26th October 2017
May God grant confort and strength to the Cameron family. Bernard's knowledge and wisdom has been missed at the PSC since his retirement, but it will never be forgot. Neither will his laughter and smile. Rest well good and faithful servant.

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