Steve Benson Death, Obituary – As a result of hearing about Steve Benson’s leaving, we are in a state of deep sadness at the moment. If you go to Jim’s Market and wander about, you will almost probably come across something that Steve has built, rebuilt, or repaired. His talents are displayed across the entirety of our store in a manner that is easily accessible to customers. Steve was a talented carpenter, but what made him even more talented was the fact that he was also a talented guy. Steve, we are going to miss having you around! Everyone is keeping Steve’s family in their thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
Steve Benson is survived by his wife, Janet Benson, and his son, Scott Benson. He is also survived by his sister, Trudy Wenninger, his brother, Douglas (Diane) Benson, and a huge number of nieces and nephews. Scott Benson When he passed away, his parents and sister-in-law and brother-in-law had already gone on to a better place before him. Steven Arthur Benson was welcomed into the world by his parents, Truman and Myrtle (Blake) Benson, on November 27, 1946. New Ulm was the location of his birth. He received his graduation from New Ulm High School, where he had previously studied and graduated.
He only had one child, a son, and he was an only child. On the day when he tied the knot in New Ulm, Minnesota, on September 27, 1975, Janet Briese was the woman he wed. After working at Minnesota Steel and Drum for a while, Steve eventually obtained employment with PGI Mailers. Spending time with his friends, sitting outdoors and watching people and birds, conversing with his neighbors, having coffee, and going for walks were all activities that brought him a great deal of joy. He also enjoyed going for walks, talking with his neighbors, and drinking coffee.