Doc is survived by his son, Mike (daughter-in-law, Mitzi), and daughter, Dawn Bennett Kuehne (son-in-law, Don).
Doc had three grandchildren – Luke, Shemiah, and Jamie – and five great-grandchildren – Jesse, Alexis, Jaeden, Alex, and Nick. Reynolds Tobacco Company and was a longtime member of Konnoak Hills Moravian Church in south-side Winston-Salem, where he was a faithful member of the choir for several decades.
Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 @ PM Family and friends are welcome at all memorial services for Doc Bennett.
For directions to the locations of Doc’s services, please go online to Hayworth-Miller Funeral Homes and Crematory.
Our Church doors are open to all, and we invite you to come join us for worship and ministry to our community. Our mission is: Share God by loving and serving in our community and the We welcome you to Union Ridge United Methodist Church!
We especially welcome those in our community, our neighbors of the Clemmonsville Rd. Our Church doors are open to all, and we invite you to come join us for worship and ministry to our community. Our mission is: Share God by loving and serving in our community and the world.
Memorial Service Raven Knob Scout Reservation Mount Airy, North Carolina Saturday, January 2, 2016 p.m.: Vaughn-Woltz Order of the Arrow Arena Post Service: Visitation with family in the Leader’s Lounge at the Program Center and in the Raven Knob Boy Scout Museum The service will be held outdoors in the Order of the Arrow Arena, followed by a reception in the Leader’s Lounge of the camp’s Program Center.
It happens when education makes the path to citizenship a little easier. The vehicle apparently hit a hill in the front yard of the Winston-Salem house along Konnoak Drive and went airborne, smashing through the roof. -- A car crashed through the roof of a North Carolina group home for adults with autism Friday afternoon, according to WGHP-TV. when an elderly woman drove through an intersection at a speed of 70 to 90 mph, according to Winston-Salem police.We especially welcome those in our community, our neighbors of the Clemmonsville Rd. We are a loving congregation who enjoys fellowship and meeting new people.We have facilities to meet the needs of handicapped persons, a nursery for the little ones, great parking, and easy access to the building.The Raven Knob Boy Scout Museum, also located in the Program Center, will be open.