Mr. Johnny Ray Bennett, 64, of Hamburg, died Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at Ashley County Medical Center in Crossett.  He was a log truck driver and of the Baptist Faith. 

He is preceded in death by his children’s mother, Ruby Singleton; his father, Earnest Grayson; and his mother, Ernestine Bennett-Arrington.  

He is survived by four sons, Todd Cox and wife Brenda, of Hamburg, Tim Bennett and wife Jacqueline, of Fisher, Ind., Tony Singleton and wife Cecelia, and Tyrone Bennett and wife Erica, both of Mansfield, Texas; two daughters, Latish Johnson and husband Lonnie, of Conway, and Adrian Webb and husband Matt, of Arlington, Texas; three brothers, Rick Arrington, of Little Rock, Ernnie Grayson, and Vernnie Grayson, both of Milwaukee; four sisters, Florine Jasper of Hamburg, Karen Arrington of Pine Bluff, Ruby Arrington of McGehee, and Kisha Grayson of Milwaukee; 17 grandchildren, one great grandchild; his significant other, Tammy Jacobs; and a number of nieces, nephews, other family and friends. 

Memorial services were 2 p.m. July 17, at Cromwell Funeral Home in Hamburg, with the Rev. Willie R. Taylor officiating.   

Honorary pallbearers were Curtis Howard, YT “Butch” Singleton, Matt Webb, Anthony Singleton Jr., and Alex Singleton.

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