Annette Y. Bennett was born August 2, 1933 and passed away April 11, 2015. She was preceded in death by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. J.B. Young, brother Rev. Marvin Young and sister, Frances Tweedell. Mrs. Bennett is survived by her husband of 61 years, Claude Bennett; three children, Russell Bennett and his wife Angie, Ginger Ivey and her husband Tim, Joy Wilson and her husband Stanley; 6 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends Monday, April 13, 2015 from 2:00 pm -5:00 pm and from 6:00 pm- 8:00 pm at Wages and Sons Funeral Home, Stone Mountain Chapel. Funeral service will be held Tuesday April 14, 2015, 2:00 pm at Wages and Sons Funeral Home, Stone Mountain Chapel with Rev. Don Richards officiating. Interment will be at Bethel Community Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or to Bethel Community Cemetery. Wages and Sons Funeral Home, Stone Mountain Chapel 770-469-9811

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  1. TO CLAUDE AND FAMILY, SO VERY SORRY TO HEAR OF ANNETTS PASSING. CLAUDE LEFT A MESSAGE THIS AM
    I AM UNABLE TO ATTEND, BUT WILL BE THINKING OF YOU.

    WITH MANY FOND MEMORIES…MONROE BROWN

  2. Dear Uncle Claude, Rusty, Ginger and Joy,

    I am so sorry to hear of Aunt Annette’s passing but am joyful that she is now in our eternal home
    with Jesus and all of our special family members. I send you my loves, prayers and hugs as you
    go through the next few days’ events. She was such a beautiful woman, physically and spiritually,
    with a kind spirit towards all. God bless you! Much love, Pat Young

  3. Mr Claude, Mr Russ, Mrs Joy and Mrs Ginger,
    Mrs Annette will truly be missed. I thank you for the opportunity to get the help take care of her. It was an honor to know her. I love yall
    Love always
    Marti

  4. Oh my what a sweet lady so glad I got to her I know she in heaven singing in the choir and talking with her sweet mother love the family praying for you all

  5. Uncle Claude, Rusty, Ginger and Joy
    So sorry to hear about Aunt Annette, she was a wonderful person. She will truly be missed! We are thinking about y’all and your in our prayers. May God bring you peace, we know she is in a better place. With all our love Florence and Joe.

  6. Claude and children, so sorry to hear of Annette’s passing. My prayers and thoughts will be with you in the days ahead. Sorry to not be able to be with you at this time.

  7. Dear Mr. Claude, Rusty, Ginger, and Joy
    I;m so sorry about your mom, please know that your family are in our prayers. May God bless you and be with you at this time, we all know she is in a better place. With all our love Judy and Randy Whatley

  8. To Claude, Ginger,Joy and Rusty,
    Merryvale will miss and remember Mrs. Annette and cherish the time we had with her.
    We will be thinking and praying for your family during this time. Remember we will always take extra good care of Mr. Claude.
    Love from your fiends at Merryvale

  9. Sending love and sympathy to your family. May your memories and your faith bring you comfort and strength during this time. We love you, Lynda Sue and Jimmy

  10. Mr. Claude, please accept our sincerest sympathy. My Mother and Dad, D.E. & Jane Swann, thought a lot about you and Annette, going back to the old Bethel Church days. You both have been great friends throughut our families passing. We wish the best for you and your family. Love.

  11. May God bless the Bennett family. I will always remember her smile and she would always speak in a gentle voice when I was younger. I am glad she can rest in the arms of our Saviour.
    Love,
    Ann

  12. I just found out that Mrs. Annette has passed away. I am so sad but I know she is in heaven with my Mother and they both have no more pain but only JOY sitting beside our savior. Claude, Ginger, Joy, and Rusty, I will keep you in my prayers. Claude, I will always remember you and Annette singing at Bethel and what an inspiration you both were to me.

  13. Claude and family….I’m sorry I didn’t know your wife and mother personally, and I am so sorry for your loss.. I pray that knowing she’s well and able again will give you some comfort….
    Mae Holloway Buice
    Buckhead, GA

  14. Claude & Family, I am so sorry to hear about Annette. She was the sweetest lady and had a beautiful voice. I grew up in Bethel Baptist Church and always loved when her & Claude would do a solo. When my Mom (Mildred Johnson) passed away in 2004 it was her request that they sing at her service and they did a great job. Heaven has gained not only an Angel but one with a beautiful voice. God Rest Her Soul. My Prayers are with all of you.

  15. Please accept my condolences in this time of grief. May the God of all comfort bring you the peace you need to endure this trialsome time. He gives us a hope for the future, promising that all those in the memorial tombs will rise again when he calls for them. John 5:28.

  16. My deepest condolences to the family during this time of grief and sorrow. May you find comfort in knowing that soon God will give you the joy of seeing your loved one resurrected to live forever on a paradise earth where death will be no more. (John 5:28,29; Revelation 21:1-4)
    What a wonderful day that will be!

  17. I’m deeply sorry for your loss. I hope the words found in the bible at Isaiah 25:8 brings comfort. God promises to “swallow up death forever”. No more will we have to suffer heartache for God says he will “wipe away the tears from all faces”. Such a joyous time it will be; reunited with our dead loved ones!

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