Jay-Bennett-Obituary

Jay Allen Bennett

Decatur, Ga, New York

1960 - 2021 (Age 60)

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Jay Allen Bennett Decatur, GA - Jay Allen Bennett "Rhakeem", 60 of Decatur GA and previously of Poughkeepsie, NY passed away on February 6, 2021 in Georgia. Born on November 29, 1960 in Poughkeepsie, NY he was the son of the late Eli Lewis and Mary Ann Bennett-Webb. He was educated in the...

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To Kelley and family you have my deepest condolences. Free was more than a friend. He was my brother. Rahkeem has so many friends but he made them all his sons. Arguing or whatever made no difference. He demanded respect from all and brought laughter to all he met. I learned so much about life from my brother. I will miss him. Until we meet again bro...

Dear family, sending my sincere sympathy, my heart goes out to you currently of great sadness. Please know that God cares about you, how you feel, and invite you to let them help you. Jeremiah 29:11,12

I am at a loss for words. Jay and I worked the 3 to 11 shift at CNN Diner. We always had the music cranked up so that we could harmonize our favorite song by Mary J Blige. He would.also bring goodies he cooked at home for us to try. He loved his wife dearly. I spoke with Jay about 2 months and we laughed like we did on the job. Jay, rest in God's arms.

Eternal Affection Arrangement- BASKET INCLUDED

I’m lost for words my brother/Father/one of my only friends in Georgia. We just talked about a month ago how good things was going and that we need to chill!!!! Best memories was always chilling in the garage playing dominoes and knowing that going to work I’d get to laugh and talk with you!!!! I’m gonna miss you brother!!!! My condolences to all the family and love ones. This is the hardest pill I’ll ever have to swallow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

These words does not come easy, actually it's pretty hard. I know I will miss seeing you chilling in your P.J.'s yelling and Lulu with love. I'll never forget you UNC. With Love, April and Alex

Growing up in New York we were best cousins at early ages, Jay I will always treasure our relationship Rest easy young God. I Love you

Jay Became My Loving Brother As A Youngster Via June Parker, Brian White And Tony Littlejohn...That Crew Was Hands Down On Top In The Power Kingdom. Jay Proud To Read Of Your Awesome Endeavors While Residing In Georgia. Sadden By Your Demise #Rahkeem, I Extend My Condolences To Your Family And Friends With Love. Until We Meet Again Rest Well My Brother