Skylar Thomas Bentley

May 30, 2003 - April 24, 2018

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Skylar Thomas Bentley 14, of Mt Gilead Ohio passed away on April 24th very unexpectedly. He was Born in Delaware May 30th 2003 to Amy & Paul Bentley, Skylar was a student at Mt Gilead Middle School and had previously attended John Dempsey Middle School in Delaware Ohio.

He was a Very Special Kid with a Huge Heart and was so inquisitive about everyone and everything around Him. He touched many lives and was very loved. He enjoyed music, video games, and school where he was known for being the first to arrive. He had a few favorite things he loved and those were his Monkey Mooch and His Stuffed Elmo's. He is welcomed into Heaven by his grandfather Charles "Chuck" Stubbs Sr and grandmother Dotty "Grandma Ammy" (Bentley) Scott.

He is survived by parents Amy & Paul Bentley, brother Blaise Bentley, sister's Megan Stubbs, Kiersten Bentley, great-grandparents Virginia & Donald Stepp, grandparents Mary Stubbs, Deborah Stubbs, Evan Bentley Sr. & John Scott, aunts & uncles Tammy & Mark Kiss, Melanie Bentley, Vickie & Evan Bentley Jr Bentley, Jason Stubbs & Charles Stubbs Jr., great aunt Pauline Bentley, close cousins Caleb Volk, Aden DePolo, Brandon Bentley, Chance Bentley, Justice Bentley, Nick Bentley, Travis Bentley, Troy Bentley & Nicole Bentley and many other family members that aren't listed but not forgotten and are loved and thought of.

Please Join us in Celebrating the life of Skylar Thomas Bentley on May 7th,2018 at Gilead Friends Church 4863 US 42 in Mt Gilead Ohio from 4-7 pm with service following immediately after.

Those wishing to share a memory of Skylar or to express a condolence to the Bentley family may do so by visiting www.gompffh.com.

Those wishing to make a memorial contribution are asked to consider the family to help with funeral expenses. Make checks payable to Gompf Funeral Service, 440 Center Street, Cardington, Ohio 43315.

In honor of Skylar's love for Ohio State and the color red, please wear a red shirt on the day of the Memorial Service. God Bless.