Anne Pelton Bennett
1934 - 2019
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Anne Pelton Bennett – Born September 18, 1934, died December 17, 2019 – Age 85. Born in Detroit, Michigan to Everett G. and Beatrice Gadsby. Her birthname was Georgianna Gadsby. Anne married William D. Bennett in 1953. Predeceased by William and her sister Barbara Gadsby Stahl. Survived by her beloved brother John “Bud” Pelton. Dearest mother to Mark, Greg, Emily, Teresa and Ruth-Ellen. Precious grandmother to Reeve, Rachael, Dennell, Mallory and Brittany. Aunt to Robin and Eric. Private services to be held at Howe-Peterson Funeral Home. Final inurnment at Cadillac West Cemetery in Westland, Michigan. In lieu of flowers, please “pay it forward” to someone that is in need.

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Published in Heritage Newspapers from Dec. 20 to Dec. 25, 2019.
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October 6, 2020
This photo is a picture of my mom and me after I got out of the hospital.
When things were hard in the hospital, my mom would say " Just one day at a time and Your one day closer to home" Thank you mom for all your sacrifices for me. I love you with all my heart and soul forever and ever. Please always stay close to me, I need you so much. Please come get me when it is my time so I am not afraid. I love you, mommy!
Ruth Ellen
December 21, 2019
So sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort and hope bring the family peace
December 19, 2019
I love you so much Nina and I hope youre having a blast with all our family. We will take care of the kitties for you so dont worry about them. They will miss you very much!
Mallory Bennett
December 19, 2019
Love you!
Emily Bennett
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