Thomas Jerry Bennett  January 14 1944  December 2 2022

Thomas Jerry Bennett January 14 1944 December 2 2022

January 14 1944 December 2 2022
Thomas Jerry Bennett, 78, of Winchester, died Friday, December 2, 2022 at his residence under the care of Blue Ridge Hospice after a long illness of dementia and Parkinson’s Disease. He was born January 14, 1944 in Winchester, the son of Thomas E. and Lucille Keiter Bennett. Jerry was a 1962 graduate of James Wood High School. He married the love of his life, Phyllis A. Brown in 1962, they recently celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary. Jerry was the self-employed owner of Bennett Auto Sales and Jerry Bennett Carports and Garages. He had been semi-retired since 2014. He attended Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church for many years and loved hunting and taking long rides with Phyllis. Surviving are his wife, Phyllis A. Brown Bennett; a daughter, Michelle Corbin of Stephens City; a son, Kelly Bennett of West Virginia; two grandsons, J.D. Shanholtz (Megan) of Stephenson and John Ridgeway of Winchester; two great grandchildren, Skylee Shanholtz and Kamden Shanholtz both of Stephenson and a sister, Barbara Hoover of Winchester. He was preceded in death by his parents; his sister, Charlene Grove and his furry friends, Rocky, Josie and Nova. Private arrangements are by Phelps Funeral & Cremation Service, Winchester.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Thomas Jerry Bennett January 14 1944 December 2 2022.

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Death notice for the town of: Winchester, state: Virginia

death notice Thomas Jerry Bennett January 14 1944 December 2 2022

obituary notice Thomas Jerry Bennett January 14 1944 December 2 2022

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