For over 30 years, Don was a friend, a mentor, and a colleague. His implacable sense of calm, boundless energy, and seemingly infinite wisdom were of frequent comfort to me as we worked shoulder-to-shoulder to build and rehabilitate Alaska's infrastructure. The Great Land is much better place for his efforts. Rest in peace, my friend!
My heart sends my deepest sympathies on the loss of your husband and father, grandfather. I remember him being so kind with a delightful smile to all. He will be missed by so many, but remember you will once again see him in heaven.
I am very sorry to hear of Don's passing. He was an excellent employee who practiced to do his job in an excellent manner. I count it a privilege to have known Don Bennett.
We send our prayers and sympathy to you Carol and family in Don's loss - what a wonderful man he was and we were privileged to have known him. We will continue to pray for you in all your decision making, and hope to see you when you are back in Alaska. God tenderly care for you. Love, Karen and Lloyd Jacklin
My sweet brother Don, my friend,my brother....I will miss you & our chats..dining together when we came to visit you & Alaska each year! Your my big brother and we love each other so very much...I will miss you and already do....I love your wife Carol & your strong son Eric & your beautiful Daughter Kathryn and your sweet granddaughters Haley & Alena...love you to the moon & back!! Your sister & friend forever..... <3
We will miss his sweet, quiet smile and generous heart. Don and Carol have always been special friends to us. I am sure there are many that will miss this great man. Too young to leave us, so sad. Hugs and love to the family,
John and Maureen
My sincere sympathy to the family for the loss of your dear loved one. May you find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2. Again my deepest sympathy.
I'm so sorry for the loss of MR.BENNETT
Please be comfort by the fact that God cares about you personally and he will
help you get through this difficult time. John 16:22
I am so sorry I just today found out. I have known Don sense 1961.God
bless all of his family
I worked with Don at the Municipality of Anchorage. He was one of the most helpful people I knew, always pleasant to everyone. I was very sad to hear of his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. He will be remembered fondly.
I worked many years with Don in the Municipality of Anchorage. A great manager and mentor, always there to help through difficult issues. He will be missed.
When I was young, I lived across the street from the Bennett family on Rendezvous Circle. I remember Don being a kind and caring man who looked out for his neighbours. When the Eklutna water project was nearing completion, he invited our family out for a personal tour. I still remember his smile while my sister and I were running around inside the vast soon-to-be-filled underground reservoir. I was saddened when he and Carol moved to Wasilla, but I know how happy they were out there. I am privileged that he and his family touched my life and I mourn his passing.