12 February, 1928 – 29 January, 2020
Betty Henson, 91 of Lancaster, passed away Wednesday, January 29th, 2020 at Bickford of Lancaster. Betty was born in Ashville, Ohio on February 12, 1928. She will always be remembered as a very loving Christian mother and grandmother. During her lifetime she enjoyed watching birds, the beauty of lighthouses, gardening, and most of all, she loved her family. We will miss you but will forever hold you in our hearts.
She is survived by her sister, Marcella Cleveland and many members of her extended family.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Chester Cross Henson; son, Leonard & Patricia Henson; grandson, Chester Lee Henson; her parents, Elwood and Mary Bradford; brothers, Jerry, Frank and Johnny Peters.
A Graveside Service will be held on Tuesday, February 4th, 2020 at 12PM at Floral Hills Memory Gardens with Pastor Paul Wymer officiating. Arrangements are being handled through HALTEMAN-FETT & DYER FUNERAL HOME.
- Graveside Service Tuesday, 4 February , 2020
3 February 2020
Aunt Betty I'll always remember our visits with you and Uncle Chet when we would fly in from Germany. I remember when you would play piano and sing hymns after a meal. You always had a smile and were one of the kindest women I knew. You are home now and with Uncle Chet
Rest in Peace you will be so missed
30 January 2020
I always enjoyed my visits with Uncle Chet and Aunt Betty. The had a beautiful home with a yard of wild flowers. They made beautiful rugs with their loom. They were both selfless people and made the world a better place.
30 January 2020
My Aunt Betty has been an important part of my life for all of my life. She kept me often from infant to my teen years. She was my mentor, the one I called with question after question, and I valued her words, for she lived what she taught.
She always was and still is in love with Jesus and her Chet. She always spoke well of others. She is one of the great treasures in my life and I will cherish her for all eternity. I look forward to the day that we will be together again.
I know she is happier now than she has ever been. She is home!
Thank you Father for taking such good care of her.
Love you Aunt Betty.