Patricia Jean Bennett EKY leader passed away, Community mourn

Patricia Jean Bennett EKY leader passed away

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Patricia Jean Bennett Death – Members of the community in Harlan County are mourning the death of a prominent community figure. On Wednesday, Patricia Jean Bennett, who was 90 years old, passed away at her home in Grays Knob. In Nashville, Tennessee, she attended both Evarts High School and Ward Belmont High School for her high schooling. In addition, Bennett received her education at Union College, where she was crowned the Mountain Laurel Festival Queen in the year 1950.

Information about Patricia Jean Bennett

In 2011, Patricia was presented with an honorary Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of the Cumberlands. She was married to Clyde Bennett, a prominent figure in the coal and real estate industries in Harlan County, and he was known for his work in both of those fields. In the year 2000, he passed away at the age of 69. When he died, Patricia took over the family businesses. At the request of the family, a visiting will be held at the Harlan Baptist Church on Saturday, January 14, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Funeral arrangement

A funeral service will take place at 12 in the afternoon. After the service, burial will take place at Resthaven Cemetery. Donations in Bennett’s honor may be donated to the Shriners Hospital for Children, Clear Creek Bible College, Harlan Baptist Church, or Bluegrass Care Navigators. You may also consider the Harlan Baptist Church.

Related topic: Gequetta ā€œGā€ Murray-Key passed away, Fluvanna community ACRJ mourn

After a brief struggle with leukemia, a member of the Board of Education for the Fluvanna County Public Schools has gone away. Gequetta “G” Murray-Key had a strong commitment to her community and worked as a board member for the Rivanna District as part of her community service. Tuesday was the day when she lost her battle with cancer at the University of Virginia Health System.

Known to many simply as ā€œG,ā€ she was president of the Fluvanna PTO, a member of the Accreditation Committee, an adjunct instructor of criminal justice at Piedmont Virginia Community College and the chief of operations at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail. In addition, she was the owner of her own company, served as the choir director at her church, and was the lead vocalist in a band called Salt, which was local. At this time, arrangements are being made for a memorial service. Those who desire to give their sympathies can do so by sending cards to the following address: 17 Ashton Road, Palmyra, Virginia 22963.

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