Warren Andrew Bennett, age 49 of Tuscaloosa died Friday in
Mr. Bennett was born June 22, 1970 in Morgan County, Alabama, a
graduate of Athens State University, and a Police Officer with the Tuscaloosa
Services will be 2 pm Tuesday in the chapel of Spry Funeral
Home, Athens, Alabama with Robert Hall and Keith Bennett officiating,
visitation will be Tuesday from 11 am until service time at the funeral home.
The family request that memorials be made to, St. Jude Children's Hospital or
MD Anderson Cancer Research Center.
Survivors include, Wife, Amy Bennett of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Parents, Rodger and Betty Bennett of Tanner. Sons, James Alexander Bennett of
Courtland, Alabama. Warren Andrew Bennett Jr. of Decatur, Alabama. Daughter, Abigail
Grace Bennett of Guntersville, Alabama. Granddaughter, Violet Christine
Bennett, and three Grandsons. Brother, Keith Bennett of Ardmore, Tennessee..
Many Uncles, Aunts and Cousins.
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Bill & Ligia Ryburn
We are saddened to hear of Warren's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family at this time and we understand the emptiness you must feel at this time. It is difficult to express our full sympathies ant this moment, but we hope you can remember the fulling moments you had with Warren and draw your memories and happiness from these times. Bill & Ligia Ryburn, Marietta, Georgia
Ron & Phyllis Dasher
Our sincere condolences and prayers for God’s comfort and strength at this sorrowful time. We did not know Warren but knowing Rodger, Betty, and Keith, there will be a void in your family that cannot be filled in this life. Please find comfort in your friends and church families. Ron & Phyllis Dasher, Rome, Ga.
I worked with Lee for several years at Cooking Light magazine. He was always so passionate about his work as a photographer and was always looking for new ways to make it better, which made him a stellar photographer. The surprise news of his death greatly saddens me.
I'm terribly sorry to hear we lost Lee. He was a remarkable photographer and a friend at Southern Living. I just heard the news and missed out on attending the services. My deepest sympathies to the family and those who loved him.
I just heard that Lee passed away. I am so sorry for you, Diane, and all of his family and friends. It was my pleasure to represent Lee after he left Southern Living. He was a joy to work with, so talented and always delivered magnificent work, and I am so saddened to hear this news. He will be greatly missed.
Doris was a good Christian woman and friend. She will be greatly missed by her family and all who knew her. Our sympathy is extended to her family.