Amy Bennett


Amy Bennett


Amy Bennett

Our little girl, Amy “Bobber” Bennett thought it was time for a career change. She has now become an angel! With the biggest heart anyone could have, God knew He needed her help.

Our Amy passed away on May 7, 2020, with the love of her life, Brian Aberle, by her side.

Amy was born on May 21, 1984, to Dave and Kari Bennett, in Dickinson, North Dakota. Our flaming red-haired little girl would now capture the family and never let go.

Amy went through school in Billings, where she graduated in 2003 from Billings Senior High School. Her passion, she found out from an early age, was children. Amy dedicated her life to being a daycare provider. Babies, babies, babies — she absolutely loved them. Any age, really. Children were her life.

Amy and Brian lived their life to the fullest. He gave her such confidence. These two together could and would have conquered the world.

Amy has three nieces and two nephews, Isabella Solari, Joey Escobar, Khloee Escobar, Ruby Escobar and Oscar Escobar. She also has Brian’s children, Payton and Dylan.

She is also survived by her sister, Dawn Bennett Escobar; and her parents, Dave and Kari. Amy is survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins who all loved her immensely. Her godparents Roger and Eloise Narveson of Dickinson were always a part of her life. She was preceded in death by her paternal and maternal grandparents.

Fly high, Bobber! Now get busy and conquer heaven.

A private family service is planned.

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13 thoughts on “Amy Bennett”

  1. Richard and Lisa

    You will dearly missed, you’ve touched a lot of children’s hearts over the years. We love you Amy.

  2. Through my ex-husband, Harold, I met Dave and Kari. They had two beautiful daughters that I also got to meet. Amy was the sweetest little girl. She was always very caring and did love kids. They were her life. Rest in peace Amy – I know you will be so missed.

  3. Sheryl Killham

    We are so sorry to see of Amy’s passing. I remember her sweetness back to the days of Meadowlark. She was quite the “little” firecracker! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
    Tom and Sheryl Killham and girls

  4. Eloise L.Narveson

    Dearest Kari, David and Dawn,
    There are no words to express the pain your heart is feeling . Amy was a very special young lady from the day she came into this world, and touched our hearts. We pray that God will keep you in his loving arms and give you the strength to face the days ahead. In our prayers you will be!
    Lotza Love, Eloise and Roger

  5. Bernadette & Jim Blaylock

    We are so very sorry to hear about Amy. She was such a sweet girl. We enjoyed her so much in Cosmetology school. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Rest in peace Amy!!

  6. Bobber love u always. I’m going to miss u so much. Love dawn, bella, Joey, Khloee, ruby, and little Oscar!!!!!

  7. Amy and I were very close in Elementary school, I wished to have run into her more! Firecracker indeed she was! Prayers to the family and of course Bryan. So sorry to you all for your loss.
    Vicky (Bogen) Brown

  8. I’m so sorry! I miss my little Amy too
    My love to all of you!
    What a beautiful tribute to a beautiful little angel!

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