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Obituary: Isabel (Harnden) Bennett

Isabel M. (Harnden) Bennett, 85, of Plainville, formerly of Norton, passed away surrounded by her family Sept. 14, 2013 at the Home and Hospice Care Center of Rhode Island. 

She was wife of the late Everett E. Bennett Sr.

Born in Canton March 29, 1928, she was daughter of the late Herbert W. and Mabel (Leland) Harnden. She grew up and was educated in Norton.

Mrs. Bennett had worked in the deli department at Stop & Shop Supermarkets in North Attleboro for a number of years and had previously been employed for over 20 years in the food service department at Wheaton College in Norton.

Isabel made her home in Plainville for the past 29 years and formerly resided in Norton for most of her life.

Isabel was an avid bingo player and when younger, along with her family had attended the Trinitarian Congregational Church in Norton.

She is survived by her children Sandra L. Moser and her husband Bill of Yuma, Ariz., Everett E. Bennett Jr. and his wife Laura of Center Harbor, N.H., Steven C. Bennett and his wife Mary Coulter-Bennett of Stoughton and Donna J. DeLuca and her husband Philip of Tigard, Oreg.; her foster children Barbara Carpentier and her husband Eddie and Sheila Smith; her siblings Newell Harnden of Rochester and the late Herbert Harnden, James Harnden, Mabel Kieltyka and Hazel Chastenay; her 10 grandchildren; her 11 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

Burial  in the Norton Common Cemetery in Norton.

In lieu of flowers, Isabel’s family has requested that donation in her memory may be made to the Plainville Senior Center, 9 School St., Plainville, MA 02762 or the Community Visiting Nurse Agency, Inc., 10 Emory St., Attleboro, MA 02703.

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