Bonnie Bennett

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Bonnie Bennett

Bonnie Husk Bennett, 102, of Franklin, Tennessee, formerly of Idamay and Quiet Dell, passed away very peacefully Tuesday, May 1, 2018 with her daughter by her side. She was born in Doddridge County, daughter of the late William A. Husk and Vallie Jones Husk Hamric.
Bonnie lived in West Virginia for 94 years before moving to Franklin, Tennessee, having lived in Idamay and Quiet Dell. She was a member of the Quiet Dell United Methodist Church in Harrison County and attended Bethlehem United Methodist Church in Franklin.
She was a loving wife to the late Clarence "Rusty" Bennett. She was a wonderful mother, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt. Bonnie was the last surviving member of her immediate family having been preceded in death by her nine siblings, Vonna Ingram, Wanda Skinner, Carl Husk, Vonda Ross, William Husk, Jr., Freeda Wolf, Eloise Heckard, Donald Husk and Ronald Husk. She is also preceded in death by her stepfather, Charles Hamric.
Bonnie is survived by her son, Clarence (Mary) Bennett of Brentwood, Tennessee; her daughter, Barbara Bennett of Franklin, Tennessee with whom she made her home. Also surviving are her grandchildren, Susan Bennett and Julie (Chris) Fette; great-grandchildren, Reece, Eva, and Cara; and several nieces and nephews whom she loved deeply.
Funeral services took place Tuesday, May 8, 2018 in Franklin, Tennessee.
A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Shinnston Memorial Cemetery with Reverend George Bramble officiating. Interment will follow at the cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Quiet Dell United Methodist Church, 96 Trinity Road, Mount Clare, WV 26408.
Arrangements are under the care of Ross Funeral Home 801 Fairmont Avenue Fairmont.
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