Brent bennett death- Brent Bennett, one of Marietta’s orchestrating extra people, has kicked the pail. Bennett choked out Monday near Red Lodge, Montana, where he had a home.
Bennett’s friend, Wes Davis, who said he was in Montana with Bennett, insisted Bennett’s spending on Tuesday.
“He reached everybody’s life,” Davis said. “He was a unimaginable man and a phenomenal family individual.”
Tending to the MDJ Tuesday morning, Marietta Mayor Steve Tumlin said Bennett was a quintessential outdoorsman who got a kick out of pursuing and calculating.
“He was especially unique, a gainful citizen and an incredible individual,” Tumlin said. “He was a jack of all trades and he locked in. He had a couple of living game plans in our region. I knew him from house of prayer and playing b-ball and just a lot of fun things. He lived with a lot of style, had an alluring family … He passed on too soon, yet I’m glad to have had his association.”
Councilman Andy Morris, who named Bennett to his circumstance on the commission, said Bennett was a dear buddy. Morris got separated as he kept pursuing and calculating excursions with Bennett.
“He was a remarkable man, and his family is going to miss him,” Morris said. “The whole system will.”
Morris said he intends to offer a supplication to Bennett at the City Council meeting got ready for tonight.
Cobb County Superior Court Judge Greg Poole said he moreover had loving memories of contributing vitality with Bennett, with whom he has been mates since 1985.
In particular, Poole said he for the most part refreshing spending July 4 at Bennett’s yard parties, from which guests could watch the city’s fireworks appear.
At those events and various others like them, Bennett had a technique for making people feel welcome, Poole said.
“He was a trademark imagined storyteller,” Poole said. “The sum of his records were about him — they were all self-regretting. He wasn’t vain about himself. He had the ability to mock himself in any condition. I can basically review laughing and snickering with Brent. I’ve never watched the man horrid — he was amusing. He was maybe the most intriguing people I’ve anytime met, and he was basically continually turned on. I never watched him grievous, he was once in a while troubling. I never heard him state a dreadful word with respect to some other person. Not ever. He was just a joy.”
Bennett is made due by his significant other, Denise, and two young ladies, Meredith and Kathleen Bennett.
A remembrance organization will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Marietta First United Methodist Church. The family will get visitors at 1 p.m. Following the organization, a get-together will be at Marietta Garden Center.