Trudi Bennett

Trudi LaRae Bennett

Friday, July 22nd, 1988 - Thursday, May 14th, 2020
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Trudi LaRae Bennett, beloved daughter, granddaughter, sister, niece, aunt, cousin and friend passed peacefully in her sleep on May 14, 2020.
Trudi was born in Lebanon, Oregon on July 22, 1988 and was a graduate of West Albany High School. Trudi was filled with compassion and was a sensitive soul. She loved and cared deeply for everyone and everything. She touched many lives. Trudi was passionate about her work with her Union (UFCW555) and the rights of working people.
She loved camping, fishing, concerts, football and road trips to the beach. Mostly she loved her friends and family and her two “Boys” Bacchus and Odin.
She is survived by her mother, Teresa Pollock, Father Barry Bennett, Brother Brady Bennett (Emily), Companion Ron McDade, Grandmothers Trudy Pollock and Pauline Bennett, five nieces and nephews, and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Her two grandfathers preceded her.
A memorial service will be held later in the year. Trudi would want you all to be good to each other and treat all people with respect and dignity.
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Mary Lazard

Posted at 11:59am
May this tree bring as much beauty to this world as you did Trudi. I love you.
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Sonja McMackin

Posted at 01:05pm
My family met Trudi when she was eleven years old. She along with Brady and Teresa spent many days and nights rafting and camping with us in Oregon and Idaho. Trudi was always having fun and was one of the kindest, most caring persons I have spent time with on and off the rivers. Trudi was always a trooper no matter how big the rapids we faced or when the weather was bad. Her enthusiasm and sunny disposition was contagious and still inspires me to this day. When I ran into her around town the love and bond we had made in our past adventures always came out in a big way, because as we all know, she was a very special person. The world needs more people like Trudi and suffers a great loss without her. My thoughts and prayers go out to Teresa and Brady and all others who cared for her as deeply as we did. She will live in our thoughts and memories until the day we are gone from this earth.
Bret, Janice, Blair and Sonja McMackin

berenice sanchez

Posted at 10:20pm
i remember trudi, she was very nice RIP 😢im sorry for your loss.

Ross Davis

Posted at 04:18am
I first met Trudi when she was 12. It was bring your daughter to work day. Teresa brought in this sunky kid with a big smile. After about an hour she latched latched on to me and was a shadow followed me everywhere and our friendship grew. whenever she came in the store she'd find me and followed me. As the years went by I take her driving pick her up from school. I watched her graduate. Listen to her problems,
I was even her punching bag literally. I was there when she needed me. We lost contact but she never left my thoughts or my heart. I regret not keeping touch forgive me Trudi I always loved you. I'm lost Ross

Destinee Dunmyer

Posted at 03:44am
Trudy is my second cousin. My greatest memory of her is when she used to babysit my brother and I when I was around 6ish and my brother was probably 2. I am now going on my 23rd year of life, so that was long ago. At the time of her babysitting my brother and I, we would either get ABC Chinese in Albany because they delivered, or Izzy’s pizza. I hated Izzy’s pizza so much and would do anything I could just to eat the cinnamon treats they had instead of the pizza. Trudi would always make a deal with me to eat my pizza first, and I can have the cinnamon treats after. I would choke down that pizza just for the cinnamon treats. It would always be my favorite time seeing her during the holiday’s. She would be the first person I would so anxiously be waiting to see when she would walk through the door. She always had a smile on her face and arms ready for a big hug. You will be so dearly missed. I wish I got more time with you. I love you Trudi. Thank you for the fun times I will remember forever. ❤️

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