Brett Mason Bennett, 19, of Blair, Nebraska, went to be with the Lord suddenly on Aug. 7, 2020.
He was born July 3, 2001, in Corry, Pa., the son of Tammy (Rick) Brown of Blair, Neb., and father Adam Bennett of Canal Fulton, Ohio.
He was a 2020 graduate from Fort Calhoun High School in Fort Calhoun, Nebraska. During his senior year, he took Civil Engineering classes at Metro Community College and was named to the Dean's list.
He enjoyed bowling from a young age at Bowl Aire Lanes and continued through high school. He competed in many local tournaments in Nebraska. He also enjoyed video games and online gaming with his friends and family. Brett also enjoyed playing Canasta as well as other card and board games with family and friends. As a goal during the year Brett and Rick tried very hard to hit as many roller coasters as they could. He also tried to blackmail his mother numerous times to get on them and sometimes it worked.
He was preceded in death by maternal grandmother, Sandra (Smith) Perkins; and his paternal grandfather, Jerry Bennett.
Brett is survived by his parents and stepparents; two sisters, Desiree Perkins, of New York City, New York, and Andrea (Marcus) Carter of Girard, Pa.; and two brothers, Alexander Bennett and Mackenzie Bennett both of Corry, Pa.; his maternal grandfather, Emmett Perkins and paternal grandmother Beth Anne Bennett.
He will be dearly missed by James and Beverly Brown, whom he loved as grandparents.
He will be loved and missed by many aunts, uncles, great-aunts, great-uncles, cousins and nephew.
A burial and memorial will be held at Wattsburg Cemetery on Saturday, Aug. 15, 2020, at 11 a.m.
Friends and family may call on the family after services at his grandfather Emmett Perkins’ home.