Born to and proceeded in death by
Gladys and Raymond Wolf
Born:January 14, 1947-
Died: October 26, 2021
Carmen Wolf Bennett
Mom, step mom,
Survived by her children, grandchildren, siblings beloved pet Marley and even survived by one living aunt on her Mother’s side. Also proceeded in death by her brother Charles Wolf as well as some cousins, aunts and uncles. Widowed and proceeded in death from Joseph M. Bennett Sr.
She Married In 1974, separated around 1995 and Widowed 2008
She birthed a son and a daughter
She was a proud of all of
her kids including grandkids
Carmen played the
saxophone in High-school , basketball as well as the piano. She graduated in 1965 from Windom High-school
She joined the Women’s Army Corps April 4, 1967 served during Vietnam
active duty in the
Pentagon as a clerk/ typist
Former Administrative Assistant United
States Army Reserves
May 1972- June 1974 & September 1979-
In 1970 She started a Single
parent Christian fellowship group through GMAE a program that began at Wooddale church in Richfield, MN.
At some point I believe
She referred to a single parent group called
You’re not alone.
That’s where she met
Joseph Bennett Sr.
They married on October 12th of 1974
They conceived a daughter
together October of 1975.
Prior to that born to her in 1969 a son
With her marriage there was a merging of families as Joseph Bennett SR. had 5 girls one living son and a son that had died at birth.
Prior to that
Carmen studied at North Central Bible College class of 1972
Studied General studies at Worthington Jr. College in MN
Graduated from high-school class of 1965
from Windom, Minnesota
She was loved by many
and will be greatly missed by her kids, grandkids, family and friends
She lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico
& passed away at the VA hospital in Albuquerque. She loved the weather and was very grateful to get to live where it was a bit warmer and not much to any snow. She loved her wisteria plant she once had and enjoyed plants and planting as she grew up on a farm in a family that farmed in Southern Minnesota
She was proud of her faith in Christ
raised Baptist, but transitioned to a non-denomination Christian. She accepted Jesus as her savior. She enjoyed playing church hymns and Christmas songs on the piano. When she couldn’t make it to church she would watch it online or on television.
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