Bente Lis Londal Sorenson Prickett “Bennie”, age 75, of Gordon, AL and formerly of Donalsonville, GA, passed away Saturday morning, December 14, 2013 at her residence. Funeral services for Mrs. Prickett will be held on Tuesday, December 17, 2013 at 3:00 PM at Spring Creek Baptist Church in Donalsonville, GA with Dr. Gary Smith officiating. Interment will follow in Spring Creek Baptist Church Cemetery with Brandon Prickett, Bradley Prickett, Melvin Flowers, Cecil Griner, James Stephens, and Bruce Temples serving as pallbearers. Visitation will be held on Monday evening, December 16, 2013 from 6:00-8:00 PM at the Chapel of Evans-Skipper Funeral Home in Donalsonville, GA. Mrs. Prickett was born July 27, 1938 in Copenhagen, Denmark. She was married to the late J.W. Prickett formerly of Adel, GA. Mrs. Prickett was the owner/operator of J.W.’s Grocery at Lake Seminole in Seminole County, GA along with her husband, J.W. She is survived by three sons, Henrik Prickett of Lake Seminole, John David Prickett of Gordon, AL, and Steven Prickett and his wife Debbie of Gordon, AL, as well as two nieces that she raised, Louise Temples and husband Bruce of Lake Seminole and Marie Seago of Lake Park, GA. She is also survived by her grandchildren, April Stevens, Brandon Prickett, Bradley Prickett, Stephanie Griner, Eric Prickett, Crystal Prickett, Christian Prickett, Bente` Makayla Prickett, Camden Prickett, and Reva Prickett; as well as numerous great and great great grandchildren. Mrs. Prickett left Denmark at the age of 19 to join her one true love, J.W. whom she met and married while he was on leave in the United States Army. She was an extremely determined and resilient young lady to move from her metropolitan country and family to live in the rural Cook County, GA in the United States where she did not know the customs or language. She, however, flourished greatly with the love of her new family and friends. She worked many years at the Sunnyland Meat Company in Thomasville, GA. She and her family also lived in Valdosta, GA for several years before settling down at Lake Seminole. She spent her wonderful and peaceful years of retirement at the beach and living with her family in Gordon, AL near their beloved family creek. Mrs. Prickett was well known for being able to crochet beautiful and intricate one of a kind sweaters and baby items. She was a devoted wife and mother whose greatest love was taking care of her family. There was nothing more she loved in life than to prepare large meals at home, cooking and baking including her favorite Danish recipes. Her family will cherish the great love she had for all of them and for her always putting the needs of others before herself, a truly loving and giving heart.