Flora Mae Bennett
March 1, 1925 - January 7, 2020

Yvonne Bryant Kirkley
Plano, TX

We were so sorry to hear about Aunt FloraMae. She will never be forgotten. All of you are in our prays. Love from her niece, your cuz Yvonne and family
Wednesday, January 15, 2020


Norman Oddy
Charlotte, NC

Well Lord, another sweet soul has entered your presence. How I remember Sunday nights after church, you would carry as many teenagers as that old blue Chevrolet wagon could hold and drag Lemon Street. And , of course, we would have to circle Angels Diner. If you didn't squeal tires out of there onto Reid Street, Larry would get all bent out of shape. Lol. Good times and good folks. We will miss you, but not for long. See you soon.
Sunday, January 12, 2020


Greg and Teresa Vickers
Jacksonville, FL

So sorry for your loss. Mrs. Bennett sounds like a lovely lady. What a blessing to know she is with her Lord and Savior. Praying for the family during this difficult time.

With Love,
Greg and Teresa Vickers

Sunday, January 12, 2020


Manuel J Montiel
St Augustine, FL

I did not know Flora Mae but i do know her Grandson Jason Lee and the influence Flora Mae had on the formation of Jason's character. She must have been a very special lady. My sincerest condolences
Friday, January 10, 2020


Donna Ferrero Rogero
East Palatka, FL

Such a sweet lady. Always remember her from my childhood. Blessings to her family.
Thursday, January 9, 2020


Jakie Carmicle
Middleburg, FL

Flora Mae was one of the most wonderful, Christ-like persons I have ever known. It has been an honor to be her friend, a staff member of her church, a neighbor, and having her as a treasured Sister in Christ. Although we are saddened, there is rejoicing as she is now in the eternal presence of Christ. I am praying for all of her precious family.
Wednesday, January 8, 2020


Linda Cannon
Las Vegas, NV

We meet few people in life who exemplify the word "class". Aunt Flora Mae had that nailed. She lived a life of service to her family and her community. She was uncomfortable with anyone speaking ill of another person in her presence. Her strength and strong character were apparent in her natural leadership skills. She led by example. Like her mother, she showed kindness and forgiveness in the face of adversity and hurt. Unlike her war-hero husband, she never received a medal. Her decorations were the many family and friends who admired and loved her.

Growing up, we had a copy of Aunt Flora's high school graduation picture. Always a beauty, her smile showed a kind heart with a spark of intelligence. Neither trait ever changed. She was a safe space in a time of difficulty, a rock in her own time of pain. I don't believe her faith ever wavered.

I told Larry yesterday that we'd lost a great lady. We were fortunate to have had her for 94 years!. I know her soul is finally at peace. Blessings to all her family. You are in my prayers.

Wednesday, January 8, 2020


Joseph A. Thomas

Duane, continue blessing and prayers to you and the family. What a wonderful legacy your mom laid out for others to follow.
Wednesday, January 8, 2020


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