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Comanche County, Oklahoma
Submitted by: Ann Weber


© Whinery~Huddleston Funeral Service
Lawton, Oklahoma
April 8, 2015

Bennie Calvin West

Birth date: October 29, 1955
Death date: April 8, 2015

Bennie was born October 29th, 1955 to Adline West-Foster in Lawton.

He worked for the City of Lawton Sanitation.

Bennie loved to watch sports and was an avid supporter of Oklahoma University and the Dallas Cowboys. He was a spirited hall monitor for his living facility.

Bennie is survived by four sisters, Margaret Venable and husband, George of Ponca City, OK, Frances Burrough and husband, Steve of Dallas, TX, Tena Baty and husband, Joseph of Atlanta, GA, and Angel Lindsey and Royce of Lawton; and two brothers, Jack Foster and wife Dolly, and Kevin Foster and wife Pam, both of Dallas, TX, and Auntie Alene Abor of Dallas, TX.

He was preceded in passing by his mother, Adline West-Foster. Service:
No Services are planned at this time.

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