Tragic Loss: Ben Hernandez, Owner of Benny’s Restaurant, Died Unexpectedly

Last Updated on September 30, 2023, 6:08 pm

Ben Hernandez, the owner of Benny’s Restaurant and Catering Services, Manitoba, died unexpectedly. His death was officially released on Saturday, September 30, 2023.

Ben Hernandez Died
Ben Hernandez (Image via Facebook)

The details of Ben Hernandez’s passing, including his particular cause of death, remain unknown because they are not mentioned in the information that has been released.

Brian Thomas White confirmed his death news through a Facebook post which stated that;

“Yesterday, the world lost Ben Hernandez, a remarkable man who left this world far too soon. Your family, friends, and Westman were all that you could think about. All who knew you will miss you dearly.

Words can never adequately describe a person’s existence on earth. We send our condolences to your family and friends and want you to know that you will always be remembered as a vital, steadfast member of the Brandon community who made everyone laugh.”

Thoughts and Condolences to his family, friends, and community in this trying time, Ben’s funeral and memorial services have not been announced yet.

About Ben and His Friends Statements

According to Rhonda Pardy‘s Facebook statement, Ben was admired; his broad smile, easy laughter, and loving embraces will always be remembered. He has a strong work ethic, a sincere love of family, and a genuine appreciation of your visitors.

Ben Hernandez was the owner At Benny’s Restaurant and Catering Services. He went to Quimbaya Institute. All those who knew him throughout his well-lived life will always miss him.

Ben was a kind-hearted person with a pure soul. Many of his friends are sending tributes and sympathies to Ben and his family; Leann Bower also wrote on her Facebook that

“I cannot express how much this man meant to me. He was the first person to take a chance on me and educate me on managing a restaurant. He encouraged, supported, and gave me the self-assurance to take the lead.

Ben Hernandez was known as “Big Ben” and my kid, “Little Ben,” then. Now that my Ben is an adult, we joke because it is evident that we should have switched the names since he towered over Big Ben.

On Monday, Ben and I had lunch together. After he served us, we sat in the restaurant alone. We chatted about the glory days of Remy’s, the extraordinary employees we’d had over the years, the happiness Benny’s had afforded him, and most importantly, his family.

She also wrote, Ben made plans to host the grandchildren and assist with potty training (lol). Because he was so dedicated to the restaurant’s success and ensuring every customer and catering our event was great, we used to joke that nothing was more important than the restaurant.

We all knew his family came first, even if he wanted his meals to make people happy. His pride and delight were Liz and Nat, Deb, and becoming a grandfather altered him, further softening him.

That individual has permanently altered the community. I don’t fully understand what occurred or how we will cope with this loss; I know that Ben was always by my side, and I will always be grateful that he was my buddy, Leann stated.

Ben will always be remembered in the hearts of his loved ones; he will always cherished. Prayers for him; Rest in Peace, Ben Hernandez.

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