Mrs. Freda Alexander Roberts-Bennett
Alpha – February 22, 1934 Omega – September 26, 2020
Freda Alexander Roberts-Bennett peacefully transitioned from this earthly home into the arms of our Lord and Savior JesusChrist on September 26, 2020. Mrs. Roberts-Bennett taught elementary school in the Rapides Parish School system for threedecades at W.O. Hall Elementary School (formerly Silver City Elementary School) and D.F. Huddle Elementary School. Mrs. Roberts-Bennett was a distinguished graduate of Southern University in Baton Rouge, La., and member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Preceding her in death are her parents (John & Bernice), beloved sisters (two) Fannie & Mary and brothers (two) John and Rosenwald.
Mrs. Roberts-Bennett worked tirelessly in her local community and church as a Sunday School Teacher, Assistant Sunday School Superintendent, Youth Church Director and as a member of the kitchen committee. Additionally, she sang in the gospel choir, chaired numerous church committees and faithfully looked forward to attending church services. Mrs. Roberts-Bennett also worked in various other church outreach capacities as a member of the Mission, Deaconess Ministry and Publicity Ministry.
Mrs. Roberts-Bennett was married to the late Mr. Clenord Ado Roberts on June 5, 1954. To this union, three sons were born -- Clenord Darryl Roberts (Denver, CO), Reginald Duane Roberts (Orlando, FL) and Brian Alexander Roberts (Seattle, WA).
Mrs. Roberts-Bennett was later wedded to the late Rev. Clifton Bennett Sr. and was blessed with 3 daughters and another son. Pauline Johnson (Waukegan, IL), Rosemary Lockett (Los Angeles, CA), Irma Simpson (Waukegan, IL), & Clifton Bennett Jr. (Alexandria, LA).
She leaves to cherish her memories three daughters, four sons, seven grandchildren (Xavier, Karlise, Ryan, Reid, Chase, Zachary and Roman) and a host of nieces, nephews, devoted church family and friends.
The family respectfully requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the go fund me link attached. All proceeds will be equally distributed to both W.O. Hall & D.F. Huddle Elementary Schools in Alexandria, LA.
Place of Interment – National Cemetery – Pineville, LA
Arrangements entrusted to Gonzaque Williams Mortuary – Alexandria, LA
Friendship is a precious gift that cannot be bought or sold
But its value is far greater than a mountain made of gold
For gold is cold & lifeless, it can neither see or hear
It cannot bring you comfort or reach out a helping hand near
So when you ask God for a gift, be thankful if he sends
Not diamonds, pearls, or riches, but the love of real true friends.
Thank you for your caring and sharing during the time of illness and passing of our Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt, Godmother and Friend.
-Darryl, Reggie, and Brian Roberts