Patty and Bill, I was so sorry to hear of Mr. Bennett's passing. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Anything I can do, please notify me.
Bill, I'm very sorry for your loss. Your father was an extraordinary man.
I got to know Bill in the tourist industry. What a wonderful gentleman. His mind was sharp! I think he met my daughter once, and always asked about her. Our loss is heaven's gain. My prayers to the family.
TO THE BENNETT FAMILY:
We are neighbors of Mr. Bennett, though we didn't see him a whole lot, he would always wave to us each time we would be outside. Very nice man, we will all miss him from Magnolia Park.
With our sympathy and prayers. Eddie & Julie Paige
A light has gone out in Savannah and we are a much lesser city because of it. My friend Bill gave to his community more than we can ever imagine.
I worked with Bill as a tour guide and his love of the city and of life was readily apparent to all he came in contact with. He was a true Southern Gentleman.
Godspeed my friend.
I will always remember Bill fondly from out days working together to feed the city's hungry at Emmaus House. And that was only one of the many ways he worked tirelessly and with good will to make Savannah a better place. His very personal contributions to this community should always be remembered and honored. My deepest condolences to his family.
To Mr.B...my friend. I will greatly miss seeing your smiling face and our wonderful conversations. Love to Bill and Pati.
I worked with Bill for many years and I have such warm memories of his kindness. He will be missed greatly.
OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL.
Johanna and I were so fortunate to have known Bill. Wonderful good person.