Luvicie “Vicie” Delle Bennett

Luvicie “Vicie” Delle (Tennyson) Bennett, 67, passed away at her home Sunday, January 16, 2022.  She was born on January 5, 1955 in Richmond, Missouri, to the late Mary Jane and Harold N. Tennyson. She was united in marriage to Fred L. Bennett on June 16, 1973.

Vicie enjoyed cooking and baking for her family. She cherished having friends and family over for celebrations. She had a love for all of her pets, especially her pug Cookie. Vicie was a truly loving and caring friend, daughter, sister, wife, mother, aunt, and grandmother. She was such a compassionate person and mother that she opened her home and heart to many of her children’s friends. Vicie welcomed them with open arms when these kids needed shelter, love, a listening ear, sound advice or a home-cooked meal. She was such a beautiful, loving soul, she treated everyone like her own. Vicie had a way about her that brightened the room when she shared a smile and laugh with you. She is dearly missed and loved!

She is survived by her husband, Fred L. Bennett; her three children, son, Jason Bennett and wife, Marjorie, son, Justin Bennett, daughter, Echo Bond and husband, Andrew; six grandchildren, McKinley Bennett, Madison Noel Bennett, Brooke Bennett, Bennett Bond, Griffin Bond, and William Bond; her brother, Harold N. Tennyson Jr. and wife, Sandy; her sister, Karen Clark and husband, Bill; nephew, Christopher Tennyson; nieces, Alexandra Clark and Lillian Bennett; her best friend, Deby Musick; and her beloved dog, Lucky.

Vicie’s Life Celebration will be held Sunday, March 13, 2022 at 2:30 p.m. at the Montgomery Event Venue, 425 S. Thompson Ave., Excelsior Springs, Missouri 64024.

Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.

Our Sincere Condolences

From kids on Jabez street in Richmond so many years ago to warm friendship as older folks, Vicie will live on in my memory as a kind, sweet and fun person. So many laughs! Our families go way back. Her namesake grandmother Luvicie and my grandmother Beulah knew each other well. Please accept my condolences as a friend of the family.
Monte Railey

My prayers and condolences to Vicie’s family. I have many wonderful memories of our adventures together. She truly was a beautiful, loving person.
Susan Mcauliffe