In Memory

Bob Benesh

The passing of Bob Benesh‚Äč to an apparent heart attack. Bob was a great friend, father-in-law, grandfather and an overall wonderful man. He was as kind a person as I have ever met and never heard him say a bad word about anyone. His loss was sudden, but I take solace that his suffering is over. At the time of his death he was still able to live alone, b...ut as his health deteriorated I am sure some sort of supervised living arrangements would have had to happen soon. I remember years ago Bob making it clear that he was not interested in living a "home" of some sort. So we are sad to lose Bob, but glad he exited life on his own terms with his independence and dignity in tact. I am sure he is in a better place, entertaining those around him with his sly grin and easy manner. He will be missed. A copy of the obituary and the funeral home information follows so that anyone who wants to pay their respects can do so.

Bob Allen Benesh, 74, of Lake Charles, passed away Monday, January 2, 2017, in Ames.

Memorial services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, January 7, 2017, at the Pace-Stancil Funeral Home Chapel with services concluding thereafter.

Bob was born February 19, 1942 in McCune, Kansas to parents; Allen and Sue Terry Benesh, has been a long-time resident of Lake Charles. He was a graduate of Ray High School class of 1960 of Corpus Christi, a former employee of PPG, and a retired training supervisor from the Safety Council of Lake Charles. He also enjoyed camping, fishing, hunting, tractor work, and playing golf.

Mr. Benesh was preceded in death by his parents, wife: Gina Devers Benesh, and sister: Sondra Benesh. He is survived by his son: Brad Benesh and wife Shawn of Dayton, daughter: Grayce Benesh of Dayton, brothers: Jack and Tripp Benesh of Corpus Christi, grandchildren: Madison Benesh, Hailey Chapman, Josh Chapman, Aerial Ronell, Maryjane Campain, and Ethan McCorquodale, numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.


 



 
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01/05/17 12:45 PM #1    

Knox Graham

Rest in peace, Bob. 


01/05/17 03:01 PM #2    

Janice Friedman (Edison)

So many wonderful memories I have of you...as kids in school and and teenagers at Ray.  Rest in peace my dear one.And save some room for the rest of us!  Love you forever,  Janice


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