Obituaries & Tributes
Virginia Lea Bennett
date of birth January 16 1932
date of death September 12 2019
In loving remembrance of Virginia Lea Bennett. She was born in Des Moines, Iowa on 16 January 1932 and entered into heaven in McMinnville, Oregon on 12 September 2019. She was the daughter of Kenneth S. and Velta E. Jarman.
Virginia is survived by her husband of 71 years James R. Bennett, 5 children - David (Candy); Terry; Sandy (Gene) Secco; Sue (Wayne) Mathews; and Ronald. She will be greatly missed by her 10 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, 8 siblings, and many nieces and nephews.
Virginia enjoyed RVing, collecting porcelain dolls, gardening, and reading, especially history of women. She particularly liked her 25 plus antique dolls that she shared with her children and grandchildren.
As a loving and caring person she enjoyed all that came into her presence. She leaves a void in our hearts but has enriched our souls immensely. The same affection and care she provided here is being given to those in her presence now. Blessed are those she has touched and continues to guide from above in heaven.
16 tribute candles have been lit
Candle lit by Dave and Candy Bennett Mom, we miss you but you will be forever in our hearts!
Candle lit by Staff at Autumn Funerals, Cremation & Burial Our sincere condolences.
Candle lit by Dave Bennett God bless you mom and we will meet again.
Candle lit by Gene & Sandy Secco Love you and miss you mom.
Candle lit by James Bennett Forever yours and always in my heart
Candle lit by Vonnie Cowan
Candle lit by Sue and Wayne Mathews We live and miss you everyday mom. You are forever in our heart and prayers.
Candle lit by Terry Bennett I miss you mom because you has always been their for me. And I will see you again someday.
Candle lit by Jason and Jennifer Mosiman Oh Mrs. B., you will be greatly missed by us. God Bless you and your family in this time of sadness, however it brings great comfort to us knowing we have another beautiful guardian angel looking over and guiding us until will meet again!
Candle lit by Debbie and John You were joyful and so full of love for everyone. We will miss you greatly,
Candle lit by Linda I miss you sweet sister. You have always been a great encouragement. I love you .
Candle lit by Pam Dwyre Virginia, my memories of you and the experiences we have shared are a comfort to me. I will hold you close to my heart forever.
Candle lit by Lorie Dear Sister, I will miss you, especially when its time for our sisters tea, and black berry season. Give mom a hug for me, Love you always
Candle lit by Michelle and Marty Sockolov We miss you deeply Virginia, we will always carry you in our hearts.
Candle lit by Kelly, Dereck, Cody & Katrina Ivey You will be missed.
Candle lit by Carolyn & Greg Barber Dearest Virginia we miss you so much. I want to call you on the phone! We had such good talks. I love you lots.