Willie Faye Bennett

December 22, 1934 - June 28, 2020

Obituary for Willie Faye Bennett

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Memorial contributions may be sent to Hospice of Wichita Falls, 49090 Johnson Road, Wichita Falls, TX

Services
Monday, July 6, 202
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
12 Noon
Rev. R. M. Castle

Visitatiion
Sunday, July 5, 2020
Wells Chapel
811 Woods Street
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Burial
Lakeview Cemetery

Willie Faye Bennett, the daughter of the late Ola B. Randell and Robert Haskett was born on December 22, 1934 in Hawkins, Texas. She departed this life on June 28, 2020. She attended and graduated from Hawkins Independent School District. Following high school she attended Jarvis Christian College.

Willie Faye worked as a nurse's aide for the Wichita Falls State Hospital and did private duty for many families. She was a loving mother and grandmother to her family.

She was a very talented pianist. She played for the choir at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church for several years in the late 1950’s and later for Anderson Chapel A.M.E Church for approximately forty years. Her music selection and arrangements were outstanding. She later returned to Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church and continued serving the Lord.

Willie Faye is preceded in death by her mother and father; and daughter, Venita Gail Bennett.

She leaves to cherish her memories, sons, Gary Wilson and wife Patricia of Wichita Falls, TX, Thomas O’Brien of Wichita Falls, TX and Donald Wilson and wife Clemmie of Wichita Falls, TX; grandchildren, Vickie, Tanesha, Gary Jr., Chianti and Brittany; sister, Lois Williams of Wichita Falls, TX; great grandchildren; great-great grandchildren; extended family and friends.

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Prayers and lots of hugs for the family. She will be missed. Nesha, T, Vicky and Gary...love you bunches. Heaven rejoices today.
- Keisha Ellis
A fond farewell to our loving cousin who was generous, good hearted and oh so talented. Every time we got together it ended up being a praise party. Many of my childhood memories center around the time we all spent in Hawkins at Papa's and Aunt Ora's homes. And Faye was there- smiling and helping. Love you, Faye. I pray for comfort and God's peace for your sons. Deb.
- DEBORAH R LADAY
remembering back in the day when Faye, Gail , Kimlynn, Chris and I would get together and do the soul train lineup....too funny especially when Faye came down the run way, lol with her old time dance routine...we'd sing a lot and even at one time got some of her grands with my two , with Gail directing to do the "back back train...memories aren't lost...rest in peace my friend
- Lillie P Archie

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