Paula Dianne Henry

May 8, 1945October 11, 2021

Paula Dianne Henry passed away peacefully on October 11, 2021 due to natural causes. She was born on May 8, 1945 in Litchfield, Illinois to Donald P Baker and Alma Pauline Baker. Her husband, Keith Henry, preceded her in death on December 9, 2010.

Paula and Keith worked their Wagons West RV Park for years, meeting and helping tourists learn the routes and trails in the Utah area. They really enjoyed their time in Utah and found so much happiness during that time. Paula was always available to help the family when called upon. She loved to cook for them and had many of her own recipes. Paula was generous, outgoing, passionate and full of life. She was incredibly hardworking and diligent. At one time she owned her own hair salon and was a successful cosmetologist. Even after she officially retired Paula worked, as she liked to keep busy and enjoyed being around people. She worked until her health forced her to stop. Paula was beautiful inside and out. She found joy in the everyday and looked forward to Heaven. She would remind anyone who would listen about the promises of God and His faithfulness, even when the world looked dark or things didn’t go as she had planned.

Paula is survived by her sisters Phyllis, Priscilla and her husband Larry, brother Preston and his wife Debra; her daughter Tammera Glennon and two sons, Phil and his wife Eve, and Brandon; five grandchildren Justine, Jalene, Chelsea, Sophia and Urijah; and five great-grandchildren Jeffery, Malea, Brasi, Kolohe and Jasper.

A memorial service will be held Sunday, October 17th at 9:00am at Palm Mortuary on 7600 S Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, NV.


  • Memorial Service

    Sunday, October 17, 2021


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Robin Costa

October 17, 2021

Paula you were a wonderful and loving woman. I’m so glad you were my cousin. Your heart and Soul were full of love for our lord, and that’s why you were a shinning star. Paula, you loved and cared about so many and you will be truly missed. We were so Blessed to have you in our lives. We love you and will miss you. You are always in our prayers. Love You❤️🙏

Susan Malecki

October 16, 2021

I met Paula the year before her eldest son, Phil, married my eldest daughter, Eve. We did not see each other often., but when we did we enjoyed each others company. We wrote, and she made sure to remind me, I had an open invitation. I know that she is dancing in the arms of Jesus. I will see you again dear. I will see you again.