Marian Seaman Bennett

December 24, 1931 ~ March 27, 2007

Memories Timeline


  1. Anonymous says:

    Dear Jeff and family, We extend our deepest sympathy. The loss of ones mother is never replaceable but the promise of Christ gives us the knowledge of life together again. Celebrate her resurrection and let the memories of her sustain you until you are together again. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Larry and Jenny Brown

  2. Anonymous says:

    Dear Margaret, Jeff, Billy and families, We want you to know how much we enjoyed your mother. She was definately “one of a kind”! She was so fun to be around, and her expressions, both verbal and non-verbal, were priceless! Her smile always lit up the room. She was proud of her southern heritage, and her hospitality always made us feel very welcomed. We will miss her and know that all of you will too. She was a wonderful woman, and we feel proud to have known her. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. We hope that you take comfort in knowing that Marian is in a much better place now, and that she will be praying for all of us here in this lifetime. Love, Amy & Luke & Family

  3. Anonymous says:

    I am sorry to see of your Mother’s passing Cal

  4. Anonymous says:

    Jeff, Billy and Margaret- Sorry I can’t be there. My thoughts are with you guys. Love Andrew

  5. Anonymous says:

    Jeff, I am in mandatory training on Saturday the 31st but you and all of your family will be in my thoughts. Too many memories so I am sending a hug – S

  6. Anonymous says:

    Jeff, Margaret, Billy & Family, We were so sorry to hear that Marian was ill and has now passed away. We will keep you all in our prayers. Our sincere condolences to you all. Love to you all, Mary & Eddie

  7. Anonymous says:

    March 30, 2007 To the Bennett Family: Barbara and I want to express our sympathy and best wishes to Jeff, Margaret, Billy and their families on the loss of their mother, Marian For about ten years we were next-door neighbors, and Billy was a playmate of our children. The Bennetts were good neighbors, a model of how neighbors should be. Again, I want to give or condolences to the family and to say how sad we were to hear of Marian

  8. Anonymous says:

    Margaret and Family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless you all. Sincerely, Kim Hilton

  9. Anonymous says:

    Margaret and Family; I’m very sorry to see your mother go. She was a great comfort to us while our mom was going through her ordeal. I do imagine both of our moms catching up on current events and trying to decide whether to bid 2 spades or 1 no trump~ You’ll be in our thoughts and prayers. The Hawkins

  10. Anonymous says:

    My heart goes out to each and every family member at this time of great loss. Marian was a true Matriarch, and her presence will be sorely missed, I’m sure. I also know that she is now at Peace, although her loved ones are deeply mourning her passing. Please know that I will be thinking of you during these difficult times. My husband Ray, along with the rest of my family also send their condolences. We all send our sincerest regards as you celebrate the life and times of Marian. I for one, will always remember her fondly for her generosity and the positive impact she had upon my life and career. May the Peace of the Lord be with you and lift your hearts and spirits, Arlene

  11. Anonymous says:

    The loss of such a special lady is very sad to her many friends. The years spent in ICU with Marian are some of the best in terms of wonderful memories and friendship. May the memories of happier times bring comfort and joy to everyone who will miss her so much.

  12. Anonymous says:

    To my dear Bennett Family, I was only blessed a few short years of spending time with Marion and all of you! Your mother was a very special lady and true to the Southern Hospitality! When I moved to Johnson City(Amy following a month later), I was able to get to know Marion. She was a HOOT to be around! I remember when JC received 6″ of snow. Being from ND, I wanted to go and play in it. Your Mom almost fainted when I knocked on her door. She thought I was completely nuts being out in that weather. To tell you the truth, that cold weather was not nearly as strong as the Scotch and water that she mixed up for me! Marion was my seragant mother while we lived in Tennessee. She always made you feel welcomed and special. One of her many qualities was that you never had to ask her what she was thinking. Marion would let you know. Because Marion was so close to Amy’s parents, she provided me with insight as to who I was married to and how wonderful Amy and her family is. I will always be grateful for that. I know this is a very difficult time. You can always be assured MArion is watching over us every day. She sure gave me alot of reasons to appreciate life even more! God bless and our prayers are with all of you, Luke Richter

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