Social worker confirmed among the dead in the London bombings

Hounslow social worker Ojara Ikeagwu has been confirmed as one
of those killed in the London bombings, writes Simeon
The 56-year-old worked with adults with learning difficulties and
leaves a husband and three children.

Hounslow social services director Susanna White said Ikeagwu was
a social worker of the highest calibre. “She shone out above
us all with her commitment, dedication and positive attitude.  Her
loss will be felt by her clients and many people across the

Judy Smart, head of care management at the Berkeley Centre,
said, “We are all deeply saddened by Ojara’s death. She
played a significant role within our team and brought to it her
irrepressible personality.

“Ojara had her own inimitable style of work with service
users, parents and carers and was highly committed to the Learning
Disability Service. She was never daunted and never shied away from
seeking a resolution for the ultimate benefit of service users and
their families.”

Anat Rosenberg, who worked for children’s charity NCH, has
also been confirmed as one of those killed on July 7.
Rosenberg, 39, an administrator within the charity’s
children’s services department since 2001, died in the bus
explosion in Tavistock Square.



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