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Bette J Henry

December 20, 1948 — March 13, 2024

Bette J Henry

Bette Jean Henry was called to her Lord and Savoir March 13, 2024. Bette was born Dec. 20, 1948 in Charlevoix, Mich to Donna (Henning) Narro.  She graduated from Central Lake High School in 1966.  She worked in the hospitality field in and around Harbor Springs and in Southern Florida, moving back to Northern Michigan, 30 years ago.
  Bette loved to bicycle, hike in the woods, fly kites, ski, and read.  She was a Master Gardiner and loved tending gardens.  She used to say "there are no weeds, only misplaced flowers".
  Bette was a spirited girl that would share any of her belongings with those in need.  The last few years, Bette spent at the nursing home Villa at the Bay in Petoskey.  
  Bette was previously married to ex-husband, Scott Henry, now deceased.  Also deceased is her mother Donna (Henning) Narro, half sisters, Carmen (Grayson) Neumann, Donna (Clark) Boyette, Shirley (Donald) Hebert, infant sister Bertha Narro, and half brothers Joseph (Mary) Narro, William (Phyllis) Narro, Albert (Bubba) Narro.
  Surviving siblings are half sisters Maria (James) Barr of Manistique, Mich and Lois (James) Lowden of Alabaster, AL.
  Bette's ashes will be sprinkled in early summer at a location of her choice at a private ceremony.  She will be missed by many niecs and nephews including Dianna Grover of Palmetto, FL, Shelly (Ken) Mayo of Grand Blanc, Mich, Shari (Ken) Rehn of Green Bay, Wis, and Nancy (Barry) Cole of Boyne City, Mich.
  Arrangements are in the care of Central Lake Chapel of Mortensen Funeral Homes. Please sign her online guestbook www.mortensenfuneralhomes.com.



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