Heather Bensch, who worked at Clifton School, nearly died in an accident. Heather’s family and friends have received many messages of condolence and news of her passing.
Heather Bensch, a long time worker in Clifton and loved by many, died in a car accident on Thursday.
The staff at her organization and everyone who knew her extended their deepest condolences to her family and friends.
Many websites on the internet and news channels have already confirmed the story that she died, so it is no longer a rumor or a story that is still developing.
Who was Heather Bensch?
Heather Bensch was a teacher at the Clifton School. Now she’s in the news because of an accident that took her life too early.
Heather was headed to Grahamstown to watch her son play rugby for the Clifton 1st XV. Heather joined Clifton as a sophomore in 2008 and has been with the company for 14 years.
Bensch has helped Clifton College in many ways. Heather was a co-worker, a mentor, a teacher, and a close friend. Her death will be sad for all whose lives she touched.
The Clifton flag flies at half-mast, and anyone in the community who wishes can pay their respects to Heather by leaving flowers, notes, and other memorials on the founders’ pews and lawn.
Obituary: What is Heather Bensch’s cause of death?
Many memorials to Heather Bensch state that she died in a car accident.
An obituary released by the Clifton School states that the whole school is saddened by the death of Mrs. Heather Bensch, a dedicated and longtime member of the Clifton faculty.
Heather worked at the school for a long time, so knew most of the staff and had some influence on their lives. Many employees are mourning her now that she has passed away.
Frau Bensch was a good teacher and everyone liked her because she had worked in the community for so long. While Heather was working at the school, nobody said anything bad about her.
Heather Bensch Family: Information about her husband and children
Heather Bensch’s husband and children, as well as the rest of her family must be deeply saddened to learn of the death of their loved one.
Mrs. knew about Heather because she got a lot of condolences and news from school. She is married with a family, but not much else is known about her.
At this difficult time, many people have expressed their condolences to her husband, two sons, family and friends. Your family is just needing time to get over such a great loss.
Heather will always be missed by her colleagues, her close family and most of all by the people at her school where she worked for a long time.