Rodney Benberry

February 8, 1961 – December 29, 2022

We honor and celebrate the Inspiring Life of RODNEY BENBERRY. Rodney will be cherished and remembered through the continuing legacy of his family and friends.

A Memorial Service for Rodney will be held on Saturday January 14, 2023 at 12:00 PM inside the Legacy Lounge at Inspired Life, located at 311 N. Buffalo Dr. Suite C, Las Vegas, NV 89123.

For those that are unable to attend in-person, please join us through our live stream link on the Inspired Life Memorials Youtube page located at the link below:

Additionally, please feel free to sign the guest book below and leave a loving message or positive memory of Rodney with the family.

  1. Charles Dwayne Benberry

    My deepest sympathies and condolences to Delores and the kids. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Jesse& Tiwana Turner

    Benberry was a Great man!! We were stationed together at Lakenheath AFB England.

  3. Kay Fortune

    RIP Rodney the memories I have of you are precious ones. God Bless the family as I have fond memories of all the Benberry

  4. Lisa Simmons

    God’s comfort and strength to you all family. So sorry for your loss.

  5. Simon Flack

    My condolences. I worked with Rodney when he was at RAF Lakenheath, England. One of the best.

  6. elizabeth williams

    He was so handsome. Rest in peace Rodney.

  7. Adrienne Benberry

    No matter what life threw my way, you always had my back. Thank you, Rodney, for being my patient, loving, and caring “baby brother.” Rest in peace🙏🏿

  8. Anthony & Vicky Simmons

    ‘Ohana is always ‘Ohana. Our love and prayers go out to you Dolores and to your entire family. Be strong and of good cheer.

  9. Fostina Montgomery

    My sincere condolences and prayers for the family.

  10. Yolanda Rice

    Sending our deepest condolences to the Benberry family may our cousin Rodney rest in paradise
    The Rice And Faulkner Family’s

  11. Sharisse Allen

    My condolences to our Benberry family.

  12. Angelita Morgan

    Our sincere condolences to the Benberry Family.

    Angelita and Bob Morgan
    Mt. Vernon, NY

  13. Angelita Morgan

    Our sincere condolences to the Benberry Family.

    Angelita and Bob Morgan
    Mt. Vernon, N.Y.

  14. Loren Tracy Benberry

    I pray that Heaven is everything you hoped it would be. May you rest always in God’s love.
    You touched the lives of so many. May my prayers reach all who love you.

  15. Jose Zavala

    I think of you often my friend and it always puts a smile on my face. I thank God for letting our paths meet, you enriched my life with your friendship, your humor, and so much more. We’ll meet again, until then behave yourself.

  16. Shari Wilson

    My deepest and sincere condolences to our Benberry family.

    May you rest in peace Dear Cousin.

  17. Juan Jennings

    I’m going to truly miss you and are talks we had. Unfortunately we couldn’t get together like we talked about and planned. We will in the next journey. I love you Uncle Rodney 🫂R.E.I.H🙏🏽

  18. James Shorty

    I never thought loosing a friend would hurt this much. I’m thinking maybe you are more than a friend you are my family. The happiest memories in my life included you.. you kept me so grounded. I miss you man

  19. Lori Lumpkin

    Rodney was my first cousin. His dad and my mom were siblings. He will be sorely missed. I’m so glad we had a chance to connect on the phone during COVID. Rest well my handsome cousin!


    My most sincere condolences to Dolores and the BENBERRY FAMILY, My prayers are with you! May God’s comforting arms continue to help you through these sorrow times 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

  21. Evelyn Echols

    Rodney called me late November and we reminisced for over an hour. While we were talking he told me He loved me at least three times, I didn’t know that would be the last time we would talk. Rodney didn’t share with me that he was sick, it meant a lot that he wanted to let me know how much he appreciated me for doing the things I did for him when he was young.
    Rest In Peace Son,
    Love you always Your Stepmom “Ms. Evelyn”

  22. Bridget Love

    Our family was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of our Dear Cousin and Nephew Rodney. When every he was around he would tell us stories of things that happened when we were young. You see Rodney didn’t forget anything, a couple of years ago he mailed some old pics he had of the family. I was able to reconnect with Rodney while we were stationed in Arizona and he was stationed in Phoenix. My family visited and stayed with him.a couple of days, so thankful for that time with him. Rodney loved his family and he will be missed by many.
    Rest in Peace Cousin….We Love you but God Loves you More🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

    Bridget and Terry Love
    Aunt Bobbie, Cynthia and Jerome ❤️

  23. Raquel

    Condolences to all of Rodney’s Family. My heart hurts for everyone. Dolores I’m so very sorry you and Rodney made an amazing couple and had a beautiful life together. I know I only met Rodney a handful of times but his kindness left an impression on me. So very sorry for your loss. Rodney will forever be missed.

  24. Evelyn Echols

    I received a call from Rodney late November, we talked on the phone for over an hour and he was reminiscing about when he was young. Rodney didn’t tell me that he was sick as he was sharing a lot with me. He told me about three times that he loved me and I’m so thankful that he called, I feel as if he knew it was going to be the last time he spoke with me. He thanked me for the things I did for him when he was a young boy. I will miss him and I pray that he is at peace and he is not suffering anymore.
    I will always love you,
    Your Step Mom “Ms. Eleven”

  25. Bridget Love

    Prayers to Rodney’s Wife and Children and the Benberry Family “Michelle, Billy, Adrienne, Felice and Kim”. I grew up with Rodney in Columbus, Ohio and we had some good times together. Rodney served in the military (Air Force) like Uncle Bill, if I’m not mistaken he did over 30 years. He was a great Dad and soldier just like his Father. I had a chance to reconnect with Rodney when we were stationed in Arizona. My family and I spent sometime with Rodney and his family in Phoenix where he was serving in the military. We kept in touch after that visit and he sent me and my brother some pictures when we were young. We will miss you and we pray you are at peace Cousin.

    In my Father’s house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to myself; that where I am, there you may be also.
    ~John 14: 2-3

    Love Always,
    Bridget and Terry Love
    Aunt Bobbie, Cynthia and Jerome

  26. Debbie Benberry Hoagland

    My condolences

  27. Jayne Alexander (Smith)

    You will forever be my Best Friend. You have been in my life since I was 13 yrs old in Germany and again in Victorville, Ca. It was there you met my friend and started a family. I will never forget our talks and the times we spent together as friends. I am so, so sorry I did not keep in better touch with you once I married and got busy with my career. Such a poor excuse. You are a VERY SPECIAL man and I give my love and condolences to your beautiful wife and children.
    I love you, my friend. Rest and just enjoy the view.
    You are in my thoughts and in my heart always,
    Love eternal,

  28. Sherry Lopez

    Rodney was one of the good ones! Always smiling and such a caring soul. Keeping the entire family in prayer.


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