My most sincere condolences to Aunt Carmen and Cousin Arlene. Uncle Ben was a great and kind man. I will miss him immensely.
Ben, you have been a good friend, a fellow Knight and fellow Kiwanis member.
You are fun to be with, and I enjoyed our fishing outing and all the outings with the kids. You inspired the love of God in all of us.
May his light shine upon you and lead you home.
Gene M. Tucker Sr
My dear Aunt Carmen and Cousin Arlene, words cannot express the void Unlce Ben has left in our hearts and our family. What wonderful memories he has left behind for all of us to remember. Heaven needed one more angel to keep everything in check up there. Personally, I'll never forget all our escapades to watch the Cowboys in Dallas and Phoenix and everything else that came with it.
Carmen and Arlene, we are so sorry for your loss and offer our most sincere condolences. He was a wonderful person. God Bless.
Uncle Ben the most for real person ever one of a million truely loved and no words can tell it all your friend before nephew I am hurt Calvin
Carmen and Arlene - our most sincere condolences to you both. We will always treasure the memories of Uncle Ben - especially at the Floyd reunion in 1988, the summer that Steven spent with your family while at Space Camp, Steven's college graduation in 2005 and the several visits you shared with our family. He will always have a very special place in our hearts. Distance does not diminish the memories.. Love to you both -
Carmen, Arlene, my condolences to you. So very sorry to hear such a great man has left us. May you find comfort in all the good memories you have of Ben. God Bless
Lidia & Louie Salcido
You will forever be in my heart... Thank you for the fond memories and the excellent fishing..