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Obituary – Betty Lou Bennett

May 18

MISSION – Betty Lou Bennett, 84, passed away Tuesday, May 14, 2019, at Amara Hospice in Edinburg surrounded by her husband and children. She was born in Moberly, MO on August 9, 1934. In the early 1950s, she moved with her family to Mission, TX. In 1952, Betty married the love of her life Wallace Bennett.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Francis and John Cicerich; her brother, Johnny Cicerich. Betty is survived by her loving husband, Wallace “Red” Bennett, of 67 years of marriage.
She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother to family members and many friends (better known to many as “Granny”). She is well known for her homemade Christmas stockings, peanut butter cookies, tacos and her devious smirk while playing Rack Rummy. Betty was a devoted employee of Weight Watchers for over 30 years and a beloved homemaker.
Other survivors include her children: Susan McDaniel (John Wattier), James “Jim” Bennett, Jr. (Vickie), and Ginger Limbaugh (Ron); nine grandchildren; and thirteen great grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be JC Paull, Matthew Bennett, Stephen Johns, Hunter Limbaugh, Mike Morgan, John Wattier, and Tom VanMatre (honorary).
Visitation will be held today, Friday, May 17, 2019 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Ric Brown Family Funeral Home in Mission. The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at Ric Brown Family Funeral Home in Mission. Interment will follow at Laurel Hill Cemetery in Mission. You are invited to sign the guestbook at www.ricbrownffh.com. The family would like to express their gratitude to the staff at The Gardens at Brook Ridge and Mission Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for being understanding and caring for our mother. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to a charity of your choice.
Funeral services are under the direction of Ric Brown Family Funeral Home of Mission.

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6 Comments

  1. Melanie Canedo

    Ginger, My prayers have been with you and your family as you go through this difficult time. There is no replacing someone as special as your mother and it sounds as you were truly blessed. She will walk with you always. Peace be with you and yours. Melanie

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  2. Deena Mahan

    Dear Bennett’s and Family, So sorry we can’t be there. Praying for you all to be at peace and to know that Betty is with Jesus. We know you will miss her and also you will be reminded of her every time lightening strikes. Much Love, Deena, Skip and family❤️.

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  3. Jose H Cantu

    Ginger, Our prayers are with you, sorry we cannot not be there for you but we are in spirit. I know you will miss her dearly; however you will be reminded daily of something you did together or in passing that will make you smile. She will be by your side always. God Bless Joe & Maria

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  4. Millie Kerby

    Ginger, I’m so sorry for your loss. As you’ve said she is in a much better place and she walks with her Lord and she a perfect body now., no more pain and suffering. Prayers to you and your family. Love you.

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  5. Stephanie Limbaugh Mazur

    Dearest Bennett Familly,

    I am deeply saddened by the loss we all share. I am assured that we will be comforted by our memories and our love for Betty which is still very much alive.
    You know.. we never really think that those so near and dear to us will really pass, so I know this must be especially hard for everyone. Just know that you are surrounded by people who love and support you during this difficult time. I will continue to keep everyone in my thoughts and prayers.
    Thank you so much to the kind, beautiful soul that went above and beyond to get the news out to me. Don’t ever change what makes you.. you. I know Grandma is and will always be proud of you.

    With love,
    Stephanie Limbaugh Mazur

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  6. Stephanie Limbaugh M

    Dearest Bennett Family,

    When I heard the news, I was incredibly saddened and then shock set in. We never really think that those so near and dear to us will really pass, so I know this must be especially hard on many of you. There will be sad days and rough days, and days that you need someone to talk with or vent to, and hell maybe someone to someone to laugh with, remember that Grandma is with you always now, happy to listen. I hope you find comfort knowing that she is with Jesus in heaven. While I don’t know what everyone needs right now, know that my heart goes out to all of you, and I’m sorry I couldn’t be there today.

    Kindly,
    Stephanie Limbaugh M

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