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Jane Bennett, lovingly known as “Momma Jane” was born October 4, 1957, in Monroe, LA. She left this world to be with the Lord on October 23, 2022.
Jane is deeply missed by her husband of forty-seven years, Earl Bennett; daughter, Tamara Dempsey and husband Thomas; son, Heath Bennett and wife Ashlee; son, Micah Boyd; son, Gregory Taylor; grandchildren, Sloan Wilhite, Madeline Simmons and husband Casey, Katelen Bennett, and Boogy Bennett; great grandson, Ryder Simmons; and four sisters and five brothers.
Jane was full of life! She loved to make people laugh. Her facial expressions could light up a room, but in an instant let you know that she was displeased…lovingly of course. Her laughter was contagious and the gestures with her hands and crooked, little fingers always knew how to facilitate a reaction or get a point across.
There was never a question that Jane loved God with every ounce of her being. She oozed His love. One of Jane’s hugs had the ability to make one feel that they had been hugged by God himself. Her faith was unwavering until the very end.
Jane loved Earl more than she loved herself. Fifty years of being together and the two still behaved as newlyweds. The two of them were synonymous with each other. Earl was her rock, best friend, and the love of her life…and she was Earl’s.
Her children never had to wonder what she thought because Jane never hesitated to tell them, good or bad. Jane was proud of her children and never stopped talking about them, but when the grandbabies came along, the love we all knew her to have was taken to another level entirely.
Church family, each and every one was family to her. She would have fought the gates of hell for each of you. Without question!
And to all of the kiddos that called her Momma Jane, you all know who you are, she loved you! She prayed faithfully for you. Jane had a special way of saying the things that needed to be said without being, “motherly”. Jane was a true friend and a confidant.
Jane left a legacy for all of us to follow: Love God with all of your heart and in doing so, the Father’s love will show you how to love others.
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