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JoAnn Bennett

February 8, 1930 — November 14, 2022

Jo Ann Bennett passed away on November 14th in Simi Valley. She had been in hospice care for several weeks. Jo Ann was born in New York on February 8, 1930 to Anna (Carr) and Francis Quis. She grew up in Floral Park, NY and graduated from Assisium High School, located in Manhattan. She then worked at Catholic Charities headquarters also in New York City. In 1950 Jo Ann married John Bennett. The family moved from Long Island to Los Angeles in 1966 and then to Simi Valley in 1968. John predeceased her in 1994. Jo Ann participated in a women’s studies program at Moorpark College for 2 years. She was a voracious reader and loved English mysteries. She worked for General Ribbon in Chatsworth for almost 30 years and had many friends there. Jo Ann is survived by her 5 children; Mary Jane Bennett, Virginia Lomba (Randy), Gail Bennett (Lynn Robison), John Bennett, Jr and Christopher Bennett. She had 10 grandchildren; Donovan Forgues (Jeanni), Anna Robison-Hanely (Colin), Andrew Robison (Jessica), Patrick Robison (Lea), Evan Roberts (1983-2021), Ian Bennett, Nevin Bennett, Nathan Bennett (Kiana), Alexis Bennett and John Bennett. She is survived by 15 great-grandchildren.
A funeral mass will be held on November 28th at St. Rose of Lima Church, Simi Valley at 10 AM with burial after at Assumption Cemetery, Simi Valley.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that those wishing to donate do so to their local hospice or other meaningful charity.
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