Barry Benson, 67, died Sunday October 11th at his Mount Joy home with his wife by his side.
Barry was born on September 29, 1948 in Chicago Illinois to mother Rosie Lee, and Father Barry Benson Sr. He also has a sister Virginia Toney and brother Billy Benson.
He worked as a Packing Machine Operator and Truck Driver. After retiring, Barry spent 3 years from 2011 to 2014 studying the bible at the Water Street Mission.
Barry is survived by his wife Delores, Sons Jeb Jedediah, Barry, Zach, Antione and Daughter Tosha. He is also survived by 12 grandchildren including Delores’s grandchildren.
Memorial Services will be held on Sunday, October 18, 2015 at 11:00 AM at Vita Church, 120 S. Prince Street in Lancaster Pennsylvania. To leave an online condolence please visit: www.LancasterCremations.com
To the family my condolences, I lost track of my uncle Barry, he was one of my favorite uncles. I Googled to find this obituary. God bless you and the family and keep you as well.
To the family my condolences, I lost track of my uncle Barry, he was one of my favorite uncles. I Googled to to find this obituary. God bless you and the family.
Dear Mrs. Barry Benson and The Family
Please accept my heartfelt sympathy during this time of separation from Barry. I knew him from Davita dialysis where I too would go for sessions.
He always would greet me with a big smile and nod of his head….very cool.
I miss him already. I know we will meet again ” in the sweet by and by.”
In Christian love
To the Oldest Child of Barry Benson, Eugene Davis
I was shocked 2 hear of the sad demise of ur father. My heartfelt condolences 2 u and ur family. I pray 2 the Almighty Lord 2 give u couragement, and strength
Berry, rest in eternal peace and the assurance of our savior Jesus Christ! I will see you on the heavenly shores. To the family, may you be comforted by the promise that we will meet again at the great revelation. God’s peace, comfort for you all!
Dear Benson Family,
I read of the passing of your loved one and wanted to express my sympathy to your family. Although we do not know each other, I remember losing my best friend and receiving condolences from ones I didn’t know. The comfort I received from kind words was very encouraging to me. Therefore, I decided to do the same in hopes that it might add to the comfort you receive from family and friends.
God promises that one day we will welcome our loved ones back – happy and healthy. (Revelation 21:3,4) May this promise also give you hope and strength during this extremely difficult time.
Again my condolences,