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William Allan Bennie
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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William A. “Bill” Bennie, Jr. William “Bill” Allan Bennie Jr., 79 of Berryville, Virginia, passed away on March 14, 2012, at Winchester Medical Center. Bill was born in 1932, in New York City, New York, the son of the late William Alma and Anne Marie Bennie. It was in Central Park where he had a …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
As a little girl I thought my Dad was movie star handsome and the smartest man ever. He loved to read and I grew up in a house filled with National Geographics because he was fascinated with history, geography, and so much more. I seldom saw him without a book in his hand so I credit him for my love of reading. Dad loved classical music and I can still remember him taking us to the Kennedy Center to see the National Symphony Orchestra. He also loved to sing and I have never been able to hear Petula Clark's song Downtown or Puff the Magic Dragon without thinking of Dad. He loved my sons as if they were his own and they loved him too. I will miss you Daddy. I will miss you.
Kayln Bennie left a message on March 18, 2012:
In honor of William Allan Bennie, Kayln Bennie lit a candle.
Mary E Musgrave left a message on March 24, 2012:
My dad was a hard worker. He did a lot of shift work, which is hard on the body after a few years. Even in his 50's, I remember him sleeping during the day to wake up at dinner time to begin his shift. Our electricity was never shut off, our cars always had gas, food in the house, and never a free lunch ticket or relief vouchers. When we kids were growing up, dad took us all over Washington , DC. The zoo, the mall downtown, Nature centers at Rock Creek park. I remember many days running around a shady park or dinner out at Lyle's steakhouse near Indian Head. I learned how to spend fun times with my own children for not a lot of money by the way I was raised. I miss dad , and I hope he and my brother Jimmy met in heaven and are walking thru the golden streets and sitting at a nice meal prepared by the Lord. Thank you for always helping me and my family out, even though sometimes I did not show my appreciation.
catherine copeland left a message on March 19, 2012:
As a little girl I thought my Dad was movie star handsome and the smartest man ever. He loved to read and I grew up in a house filled with National Geographics because he was fascinated with history, geography, and so much more. I seldom saw him without a book in his hand so I credit him for my love of reading. Dad loved classical music and I can still remember him taking us to the Kennedy Center to see the National Symphony Orchestra. He also loved to sing and I have never been able to hear Petula Clark's song Downtown or Puff the Magic Dragon without thinking of Dad. He loved my sons as if they were his own and they loved him too. I will miss you Daddy. I will miss you.
Bill Bennie left a message on March 18, 2012:
In honor of William Allan Bennie, Bill Bennie lit a candle.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Kathy Bennie left a message on March 18, 2012:
In honor of William Allan Bennie, Kathy Bennie lit a candle.
Kathy Bennie left a message on March 18, 2012:
Thx Julie, Good to hear from you!
Judy DeHaven left a message on March 17, 2012:
I will pray the rosary for you Dad.
Judy DeHaven left a message on March 17, 2012:
In honor of William Allan Bennie, Judy DeHaven lit a candle.
Julie Yancey Brennan left a message on March 16, 2012:
So sorry for your loss Bill & Kathy (and family) - you'll be in our thoughts and prayers.
Julie Yancey Brennan left a message on March 16, 2012:
In honor of William Allan Bennie, Julie Yancey Brennan lit a candle.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
My dad was a hard worker. He did a lot of shift work, which is hard on the body after a few years. Even in his 50's, I remember him sleeping during the day to wake up at dinner time to begin his shift. Our electricity was never shut off, our cars always had gas, food in the house, and never a free lunch ticket or relief vouchers. When we kids were growing up, dad took us all over Washington , DC. The zoo, the mall downtown, Nature centers at Rock Creek park. I remember many days running around a shady park or dinner out at Lyle's steakhouse near Indian Head. I learned how to spend fun times with my own children for not a lot of money by the way I was raised. I miss dad , and I hope he and my brother Jimmy met in heaven and are walking thru the golden streets and sitting at a nice meal prepared by the Lord. Thank you for always helping me and my family out, even though sometimes I did not show my appreciation.
Logan Bennie left a message on March 18, 2012:
In honor of William Allan Bennie, Logan Bennie lit a candle.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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