Mr. Tapas Kumar Ghosh, 67

Tapas Kumar Ghosh, 68, of Gainesville passed away on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Memorial Park Funeral Home, 2030 Memorial Park Road, Gainesville, GA  30504 is in charge of arrangements.
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Kent & Colleen Krogh 2018-02-12 08:49:13
Tapas was a special person who liked to entertain and home prepare the best Indian foods for his friends. He was a good caretaker for Cheri and a strong man during his final days. We will dearly miss him.
Christy Simpson 2018-02-13 22:23:04
I met Tapas and Cheri through my father, Wayne, and stepmother, Jeanie whom were neighbors. He was a good man and he loved his wife, family and animals. Godspeed Tapas. You and Cheri are missed.
Kathy Galasso 2018-03-16 20:25:34
I worked with Tapas at Corinthian and got to know him and Cheri as two of the kindest souls I would ever come to know. I drove from Detroit down to Tybee Island last year and we spent the night talking, laughing and remembering...and the next morning we called some old friends and caught up. I am so glad I got to see him again. My sympathies and prayers to the family.
Ramona Darby 2018-03-16 21:38:29
My sincere condolences to the family. I worked with him at Everest, Atlanta, truly a fair person.
Trina Hodge 2018-03-19 20:51:51
My condolence to the Family. I worked with Mr. GHOSH at Everest in Norcross...and learned so much from him. He will truly be missed.
Barbara Holliman 2018-03-28 10:06:41
I worked for Tapas at two colleges. He was such a wonderful inspiration at Everest, when he called me to go to Anthem I followed him. I loved him as a boss, a mentor, and a great friend. I regret not spending more time with him. He is one of my heroes, forever! To the family, my prayers are with you.
Barbara Holliman 2018-03-28 10:48:54
I worked for Tapas at two colleges. He was such a great person to work with. First we worked at Everest Institute in Decatur GA. When he called me to go to Anthem College with him, I did not hesitate. He was the king of kindness and humility. I loved him. He was a great mentor, a great leader, and a great friend. To the family, he will remain my hero! I love him. I believe that we will meet again!
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