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1946 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Barbara BENNINGTON Obituary
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October 20, 2018

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March 21, 2018
So sorry about your loss. Suzie always made you feel welcome in her home. She will be missed.

Bob, June and Judy
March 21, 2018
I would like to thank everyone who has expressed their condolences to my family during this sad time. My Mom was a one of a kind person. She never met a stranger in her life and always invited everyone into her home for a conversation around her kitchen table. Her door was always open day or night and the fridge was always full of pop, but you had to get your own because she was not your servant. She sat at the head of the table and held court in her world (Lord help you if you sat in her chair though).

She would sit and talk about any subject in the world while drinking her Pepsi and there was always Orville Redenbacher popcorn on standby in case you needed a snack. Mom was the sweetest gruff woman I ever meet. Every baby that ever came into her house was treated as one of her own and they all spent time on a blanket in the middle of her table. Generations of children were watched by Aunt Suzie and hung out being spoiled by homemade chicken nuggets, milk shakes and Carmelo bars that she would give out even when their parents said no.

Mom was not an educated woman, but she was very smart because she read every book she could ever get her hands on. Trips to the library gave way to trips to the Kindle store. Just over a week before her passing she had me down at her house late at night setting a new Kindle up because her old one had broken and she wanted to read. She always encouraged my brother and I to be the best we could be at anything we did and was there to pick us up when we failed. She was always there to give you an opinion on the subject at hand. She was not politically correct about her thoughts but that was one of her charms. She could dress you down about something and then make you smile about it at the same time.

She loved her friends and family unconditionally. It did not matter what you needed or when you needed it Mom would make sure you got it. I will miss the random phone calls at 3 in the afternoon or 3 in the morning that always started with; Hey babe its' Mom I have shed more tears that I could count but as I told my son; We are not crying for Grandma. We are crying for ourselves because we hurt and miss Grandma. Mom may physically be gone but she will never truly be gone because she will live on through my brother and I and our children. She will also live on through all of the great stories that everyone carries about their time at Suzie's' house"

I love you Mom and we will be together again one day. We will sit under that apple tree and watch the creek flow quietly together and you can tell me to get the damn cat away from you again.

Brian
March 21, 2018
Prayers and thoughts to all family and friends.
I didn't really know Suzie, but my daughter Stephanie did.
One thing I know is that in life, Suzie was loved very very much by anyone who met her. When we leave...all you can take with you is the love Rest In Peace Angel Suzie
March 20, 2018