Justin Bennett Obituary, Death – We regret to inform you of the tragic death of our beloved brother Justin Bennett. He sadly died after spending the Fourth of July with his family. Justin Bennett, the third of five children born to Cyndie and DeWayne Bennett in Salt Lake City, was a twin.
Justin was a standout athlete in his youth. He competed in the Little League World Series as a member of the Utah Youth Baseball Team. He also played Viewmont Vikings little league football. His passion for football intensified, and he transferred to Viewmont High School, where he lettered and graduated in 1997. While commuting to work in the oilfield, Justin spent the most of his time in Davis County. He was a standout at Creminelli Fine Meats prior to his death.
He was proud of his job, whether at work or when repairing his West Bountiful house. Justin treasured spending time with his family and close friends. Justin was the life and soul of the celebration. You could always rely on him to supply the shrimp. Everyone who knew him knew he had a large heart and adored his family. He was an animal enthusiast, and his two pit bulls, Blue and Razkel, survived him.
Justin thoroughly enjoyed his time spent outside. In the winter, he enjoyed snowboarding and snowmobiling. He liked visiting the Sand Dunes in Utah and Saint Anthony’s in Idaho. Many of us will never forget his riding abilities or the days we spent with him on the dunes. He loves fishing and hiking in the mountains. Justin spent his vacations in Mexico, where he was often the first to get up and walk the beach or go sightseeing. Bizz, we’ll miss you and your loving embraces.
Justin is survived by his parents, Cyndie and DeWayne Bennett (Jeff Tye), as well as his eldest brother Jamie Bennett, twin brother Jayson Bennett (Ginger), youngest brother McKay Bennett (Shea), and baby sister Megan Bennett (Christian Chaney). Some of his greatest delights have also endured. Madison, Baysil, Sayge, Charlee, Andee, and Kennedy are his six nieces, and he has two nephews, Taylor and Kru. Instead of flowers, please share a remembrance and any photographs on Justin’s Facebook page. At a later date, a memorial service will be held.