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Bennett Memorial Chapel

Bennett Memorial Chapel

The Bennett Memorial Chapel is an interdenominational chapel which serves as a memorial to honor students from Oklahoma A&M College (now known as Oklahoma State University), who were killed during World War I and World War II to honor Henry G. Bennett, president of Oklahoma A&M College, and his wife, Vera, who died in a plane crash in Iran in 1951.

The chapel has been added to the national registry of veteran memorials approved for public viewing on The American Legion website.

See space reservation rates for Bennett Memorial Chapel and a list of additional service fees and technology and equipment.

The Chapel pews can accommodate up to 125 guests

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Bennett Memorial Chapel

Bennett Memorial Chapel

Bennett Memorial Chapel

Bennett Memorial Chapel

Bennett Memorial Chapel

Bennett Memorial Chapel