Archive | 1996

Mark Anthony Bennett, ’96

Posted on 16 July 2014 by vunruh

Mark Anthony Bennett was born April 11, 1951 to Gene and Rosemary Bennett in Savanna, Illinois and graduated from Savanna High School in 1969. Mark moved to Des Moines, Iowa where he married Carol K. Moore on May 2, 1976.

Mark and Carol became the parents of two children, Robert (Rob) Andrew and Beth Anne. They attended First Federated Church where he volunteered for AWANA. In 1988 Mark and family moved to Omaha, Nebraska where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Grace University.

Mark enjoyed working in the automotive industry and managed several auto parts stores. He also drove a school bus in Millard, NE for many years and spent his free time reading, drawing and painting.

On February 19, 2014 Mark entered the presence of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Mark was preceded in death by his mother, Rosemary Bennett and sister, Maureen Bennett. He is survived by his father, Gene Bennett; wife, Carol; son and daughter-in-law Rob & Wendy Bennett; daughter and son-in-law Beth Bennett & Chris Tiller; Brother & sister-in-law Steve and Linda Bennett; sister & brother-in-law Julie and Rick Maples.

Comments (0)

1996 John Wesley Kroeker

Posted on 19 July 2011 by Mel Friesen

1996, John W. Kroeker was born on October 17, 1969 in Hutchinson, Kansas to Peter & Esther (Winsinger) Kroeker.  He died at Hopewell House in Portland, Oregon on July 17, 2011 at the age of 41.  John lived a few years in rural Kansas, accepted the Lord early in childhood.
He worked for Nylus Construction building homes, he enjoyed touring the homes that he recently worked on.  John married Joleen Weaver on
He was a member of Grace Baptist Church and his interests included woodworking.
Survivors include: Mother: Esther Kroeker of N. Newton, Kansas; Wife: Joleen Kroeker and Son: Jonathan both of St. Helens; Brother: Samuel Kroeker, his wife Marcia and son TJ of Omaha, Nebraska.  Memorial contributions may be sent to the Darwin Stoesz Missionary Fund-Japan % Send International.

Comments (6)

Photos from our Flickr stream

See all photos

Tidings 2017