Devon Stanaford, 74, of Powellton handed away on June 4, 2022. He was born in Powellton on April 19, 1948, to the late Dana and Mable Sullivan Belcher.
He is a veteran of the Vietnam War.
His youngsters are Tameria Middleton of Mebane, NC, Debbie Terrell of Mt. Carbon, and Brian Belcher of Hall River, NC; six grandchildren, Hope Middleton (with the Lord), Heather Middleton, Jordan Terrell, Hannah Terrell, Colton Belcher and Katelyn Belcher; spouse and finest good friend Elaine Belcher; sisters Joan Dorsey and Judy Sigman.
The ceremony happened on July 12 on the O’Dell Funeral Home in Montgomery and was officiated by Pastor Terrance Hamm. The U.S. Army and the U.S. 93rd Regiment have been buried with navy honors on the Kanawa Valley Memorial Gardens in Glasgow.
Basil (Jack) Bennett was born to Lunda Paul and Hazel Saunders Bennett on September 23, 1942 in Cunard. A lady at his delivery exclaimed, “Oh, look at little Jimmy Jack,” so his nickname stayed with him till elementary faculty. It wasn’t till junior highschool that he found that his actual title was Basil.
Basil F. Bennett of Crossville, Tennessee, who lived in Oak Hills and Charleston, died on April 14, 2022, after an extended sickness.
Basil is a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He enjoys serving as a deacon, serving to the place wanted, and serving on mission faculty boards. While he can’t match a tune in a barrel, he enjoys singing along with his church household. He appeared ahead to singing, “raised the trumpet and blew it loud. When he was capable of get again to church, Jesus got here once more.
After serving within the Navy for 4 years within the Sixties, Basil returned to civilian life and started working in workplace gear. Eventually he grew to become the proprietor of an workplace gear provide firm. Despite solely having a highschool diploma (and many commerce faculty levels), he was a really profitable businessman. He additionally owns a number of properties in Huntington in addition to his workplace gear enterprise.
Basil is an avid golfer who additionally enjoys looking, fishing and touring. After retirement, he enjoys strolling his canine Romeo and visiting neighbors. He became a sociable butterfly in Hunter Bay.
Before Basil’s dying, his grandparents have been Basil and Dimi Simmons Bennett, and Franklin and Heidi McDaniel Sanders. His dad and mom, Paul and Hazel Saunders Bennett; his sister, Joan Travis; and his first spouse, Caroline the painter Bennett.
Basil’s second spouse, Nancy Rebecca (Becky) Bennett, survived. Daughter, Jacqueline Bennet, Ph.D. (husband, Rex Wolfe), Onenato, NY; Two grandchildren of Onenato, Jacson and Jarad Wolfe; Sister Deanna Nicosia, Bompass, VA (husband Russell ); brother Paul Bennett (spouse Cathy) of Port St. Joe, Florida; sister, Anna Bennett of Oak Hill; and 11 nieces and nephews.
Basil was chosen for cremation by the Neptune Society. A memorial service was held on June 5 at Crossville Seventh-day Adventist Church in Crossville, Tennessee.