Benjamin John Lamont Powell

Newburgh, New York

1979 - 2020


Newburgh, New York


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Benjamin John Lamont Powell April 4, 1979 - November 11, 2020 Newburgh, NY Benjamin John Lamont Powell, 41, of Newburgh, NY, entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, November 11, 2020. He was the beloved son of Jessie Mae McKoy and Minister Benjamin Wilson Powell born on April 4, 1979. Lamont was...

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My beautiful son I am going to miss you so very much . I will carry you in my heart forever. I thank God for every moment he gave you with me. I will hold on to your memories forever. I will be there as much as possible for my grandbabies. I love you son , until we meet again my big baby boy. I love you so much

My son you have brought me so much joy. I Thank God for the time I had with you. Mommy will love you forever. You are and always will be my big baby boy. May you rest in peace and I will be there as much as possible for your children , my grandchildren. I Love you so much.

To my dear friend Reeshemay, Ms Jessie & family,
There are no words to express how truly sorry I am for your loss!!
I will always remember Lamont as a kind hearted , sweet spirited man!
My love & prayers are with you all , to stay strong for each other, love each other , and that your cherished memories bring you comfort & peace

My little brother I will love and cherish you for the remaining days I have . You are so special to me. Words can not explain how much heart break I am experiencing. I know God makes no mistakes, and I thank Father God for the loaned time he gave us together. I know I will see you again. You were so funny some times, even when you weren't trying to be . Take your rest now my sweet brother. I know grandma , uncle Charlie and Uncle Paul, Aunt Shirley and so many others are waiting for you...

I love you dad you’ll always be in my heart!!!!

To the Powell and Mckoy family may God strengthen you during your time of sorrow. We all loved Lamont and will miss his presence here with us. Continue to rest on my friend and know that you will never be forgotten. Tell Dee I said mommy miss her.

I love you cousin!! I’m going to miss you soo much! No more pain... Rest in Eternal Peace