Mr. Casey Todd Bennett, age 52, Johnson City, went to his heavenly home on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 to be with his father, Robert Bennett and mother, Ida Cole Bennett.
Casey was born February 9, 1966 and had lived his life in Washington County with his family. Casey was born with special needs, but was a blessing to all who had met him. He was always happy and enjoyed meeting people. He loved parties, music, singing, babies and hugs. Casey was the life of the party and was loved by everyone.
He was a member of Cherry Grove Baptist Church.
Survivors include two aunts, Lulabelle (Cole) Denton and husband Charles and Yvonnie (Slagle) Cole all of Johnson City; four brothers, Gene Bennett, Eddie Bennett and wife Linda, Freddie Bennett and wife Shirley, Scotty Bennett and wife Beverly, all of Johnson City; two sisters, Linda (Bennett) Howell and husband Roy, Elaine (Bennett) King and husband Ernest, all of Johnson City; seven nieces, very special niece that was with him all his life until the end, Penny Miller, Cindy Evans, Tina Slagle, Lisa Smith, Melinda Copp, Becky Bennett and Kristy Bennett; four nephews, Lee King, Freddie Bennett, Jr., Jed Bennett and Robbie Bennett; ten great-nieces, six great-nephews, three great-great-nieces and four great-great nephews.
Funeral services will be conducted 7:00 pm Thursday, November 8, 2018 at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home with Doyle Walters officiating. The family will receive friends from 5:00-7:00 pm Thursday prior to the service.
Interment services will be conducted 11:00 am Friday, November 9, 2018 at Barnett Cemetery located behind Berea Church.
Pallbearers will be family & friends.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
|So sorry for your loss.Prayers for this family.Rejoice,for he sleeps with the angels.|
|I am so sorry for your loss and will have the
family in my prayers. I know how much Beverly you
loved him. (((hugs)))|
||Joe and Patsy Denton
|Our thoughts and prayers our with all the
family.Casey sure was a sweet guy.|
|Sorry for you,r loss sure did like him
Hope everyone is doing ok
Rarmond Pat Ward
||Buck & Margarett Coggins
|Family I write this with much love in my heart
for you guys, and for Casey. I can hear him
singing as I write "I'll fly away Oh Glory" and I
believe with all my heart Casey knew that he was
going to Heaven when he sang that song. He gave
his singing every thing he had to give. Loved it
when Casey, Linda and myself would go shopping
together. He always wanted to go to MacDonalds
later. I was the one who rec'd a blessing from
been with Casey .So very special and if you
couldn't love Casey you probably cannot love
anyone. I believe with all my heart Casey stepped
out of this life into the arms of Jesus.
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