Alan Duane Bentley

July 24, 1952 - January 25, 2022

07/24/1952 - 01/25/2022

Past Services

Sunday January 30, 2022
3:00 pm
Back on Track Chapel
1900 Spartanburg Hwy
Hendersonville, North Carolina 28792

Alan Duane Bentley gained his wings on Tuesday, January 25, 2022 at the Elizabeth House following a few years of declining health. He was born in Hendersonville to the late Woodrow and Joyce Bentley. He was owner of Alan Bentley Electric for over 40 years.

Left to cherish his memory is his wife, Diane King Bentley; 2 sons, Marc and Wife Susan, Tony and wife Patricia; stepson, Chad Sizemore; 3 grandchildren, Brooke, Daniel, Emma, and so many nieces and nephews that he loved so dearly; special friends, Donald McGuire, Melinda Harris, Pat Holland, Melissa Hutchinson, Larry Oliver and many others.

A memorial will be held at 3pm on Sunday, January 30, 2022 at Back on Track Chapel on Spartanburg Hwy.

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Amber Stansell
1 year ago

I’m so sry for ur loss, I had no idea. May god bless u & ur family

Eddie Merrell
1 year ago

sorry to hear of Alans passing. Good guy. My condolences to the family.

Kathleen Basiewicz
1 year ago

In Memory of Alan, so many people will miss you. You were a light in everyone’s heart that knew you. You hung on for a long time to be with your family, but the Lord decided to finally take you for his own. RIP my lovely friend.

Gail Laughter
1 year ago

Diane so sorry for your loss Alan was a special man and will be truly missed

Sandi Henson
1 year ago

Alan was my neighbor and dear friend for a long time. He was one of the
kindest men I have ever known and my thoughts and prayers go out to all his family. R.I.P. Alan, you’ve earned your wings!

Andrew Cheadle
1 year ago

Diane has been a caring, calming, and positive influence on my life and Allen was so nice when I would see him. I know his family loved him dearly and that Diane loved him that much more. My thoughts and prayers are with those that loved Allen, we can all agree he’s in a better place and he will be patiently waiting to see y’all again.

Ralph and Barbara Cable
1 year ago

Alan was always such a happy person with a wonderful smile and great attitude towards life. He will be missed by his many friends and of course his beloved family.

Sam and Jacki Flanery
1 year ago

Alan was and is the kindest man we have ever met. Jacki and I cherish all the fond memories of time spent with Alan and Diane. I still have the wolly bug trout bait Alan gave me the time we went up in the mountains to trout fish. It was one of the best fishing trips I ever had. And yes the southern boys kicked this yankees butt on the trout. I still have the pistol Alan gave me for my birthday and every time I look at it I miss him and the wonderful times we had together. Diane we are so sorry for your loss, you and Alan will always be out southern brother and sister. We have tears of sorrow as we write this as well as wonderful memories of Alan. May God Bless you and your family. The tears of sorrow will turn to smiles as time goes on. Love you. Sam & Jacki

Linda Cairnes
1 year ago

Losing someone so dear is devastating, and no words can ever really relieve that pain. But to help, I wish you courage and healing during these toughest of days. My deepest sympathy.

Kay Heaton Orr and Wayne Heaton
1 year ago

RIP My friend Thoughts and prayers are with Diane and family.