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Jack Bennett

Jack Bennett

Wednesday, December 7th, 1932 - Monday, July 27th, 2020
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Bennett; Reverend Jack - Peacefully passed away on Monday July 27th, 2020 at KGH. Jack, beloved husband of Marion for 58 years, loving father to Andrew (Barbara), Dartmouth, N.S.; Jacqueline Arthur (Gordon), Stittsville; Late Paul (Darlene), Surrey, B.C. and Mark (Amber), Kingston. Amazingly devoted grandfather to William, Grace (Brady), Riley, Leah Owen and Adam. Dear brother-in-law to Peter Milnes and Jean Bennett both of England and uncle to many nieces and nephews in England. Predeceased by his siblings Ronnie, Stanley, Joyce, and Gordon Bennett. Jack spent over 50 years in active ministry and was an avid volunteer for many years with Providence Care Palliative Care Unit, Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, and the Kingston Hard of Hearing Club. Some of his favourite pastimes included swimming, writing, reading, and sharing stories with his grandchildren. Memorial donations can be made to St Paul's Anglican Church (Queen/Montreal St), Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, Providence Care Palliative Care unit, or to a charity of your choice. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Arrangements in the care of Wartman Funeral Home, 980 Collins Bay Rd, Kingston. On-line condolences at
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Rob Helliwell. Pierre Joyal, Eric Broderick and Brad Clark

Posted at 01:51pm
Our condolences to Andrew and the rest of the Bennett family during these difficult times. Sincere Condolences Rob, Pierre, Eric and Brad

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Melodie Aubrey

Posted at 04:25pm
Jack and his wife Marion were tireless volunteers, especially in promoting the needs of people with hearing loss
Jack was a delightful man, always smiling. The type of person that drew people to him. His ministry and kindness will surely be missed.
Your friend, Melodie Aubrey

Sr. Marilyn Larocque, R.H.S.J.

Posted at 06:51am
Dear Marion and Family,

Our love, prayers and sympathy are with you in the loss of Jack.
Thank you Marion and Jack for your friendship and sharing of your gift of music with us when we had Sunday Masses at Hotel Dieu Hospital Chapel several years ago.

Sister Marilyn Larocque and Sisters, R.H.S.J.

Marjorie & Kevin

Posted at 12:17pm
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Posted at 12:09pm
Kevin Orr and Marjorie Sagriff

Although Marjorie’s been good friends with Jack and Marion Bennett for a long time, I’ve only gotten to know them over the last few years. Marion and I would go grocery shopping Saturday morning and I’d visit with Jack for a few hours in the afternoon. The three of us would sit, talk and listen, mostly to Jack recalling the events of his life. What a story teller! Jack clearly led many lives, most of them, and no doubt the best of them, with his loving wife Marion. I’ll never forget that mischevous grin that he would often share while recounting some humorous event from his past. Laughter came easy, no doubt an antidote to his and the whole worlds struggle to see the light when there was little to be had. I miss him greatly and I’ll never forget our time together.
One more thing though. I still need to return his wrist watch. He gave it to me to replace the battery. I have yet to do that and I can’t help but think that Jack is laughing at me now, as I try and figure out whether or not to bring that watch back to life. I’m really not in a position to speak for everyone, but I will anyway. We poor mortals are such a sad lot.
All Marjorie and I can offer is our heartfelt condolences to Marion and her children. Jack knew I was a non-believer but he’s got me believing in something. I feel like I owe him something. I’m just not sure what it is (and no, I’m not talking about the watch); but that’s ok. For me, life will just remain a mystery. Thanks Jack, for everything, said and unsaid.


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