Betty Jean Denham

August 27, 1936 - February 22, 2016
Betty Jean Denham

Betty Jean Denham, 79, of Port Richey, FL, passed away on February 22nd, 2016 in her home under the care of Hospice.  She was born on August 27th, 1936 to Homer Dunn and Eulah Cooper in Newport, Arkansas.  She spent her career working in hospitals as a registered nurse.  Betty Jean moved to the Port Richey area in May of 2010. She is of the Methodist faith.

Betty Jean is preceded in death by her husband, Billy Joe Denham.  She is survived by her daughters: Sharon Kondilas, April Morrsion, and Pamela King; son: Scott Denham; grandchildren Caleb Morrison, Megan Davis, and Matthew Kondilas; and great grandchild Scottie Davis.


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  • March 03, 2016
    Megan Davis says:
    My grandma was an amazing person. She was inspiring with her faith and her love for her family, friends, and church. My grandma will always be apart of me and in my heart. She was kind, caring, and compassionate. I'll always remember when I was younger going up to Arkansas to visit her and Papa and playing with rag dolls. I'll remember reading stories and writing. I'll remember how talented she was at poetry. I'll remember the times we went to church up in Arkansas..I'll remember being excited to go thrifting together and watching old home movies. I'll remember her strength and that will inspire me to keep on fighting. I'll remember her face and how excited she was when I told her she was going to be a great grandma. I'll be sure to show my son Scottie pictures and tell him stories of how much how great grandma loved her little buddy. I love you more Grandma. I know you are in heaven now with Jesus and reuinited with Papa.

  • March 03, 2016
    Sharon says:
    My mom has always and will always be my inspiration she taught me to be a good person, a good mom, a good grandma and a good christian she was kind to everyone she met and never had anything bad to say about anyone she was a nurse for over 30 years caring for many many patients and there families- she loved her family very much and we loved her very much Mom moved to Florida 4 years ago and i had the opportunity to be not just her daughter but her friend I'll miss our weekly dinners, shopping trips and marathon hallmark christmas movies I will miss our long talks and I will miss your face and your smile Enjoy heaven and being reunited with dad and your parents and sisters I know you are wztching over us and i will see you again someday Love your Sherry Lynn

  • March 03, 2016
    Cindy Craft (niece) says:
    I have so many great memories of Aunt Betty. My favorites are when she and my mom got the giggles and made up funny songs and rhymes. Aunt Betty never failed to make me feel loved and special. She told me everyone had a birthday baby except her and I'm glad I was able to give her one (my son, Cade). She not once in 24 years failed to send him a birthday card with $5. That has always meant a lot to him. Aunt Betty will be missed. Love her so much.

  • March 03, 2016
    Wendy Nash says:
    I didn't know Betty very well, but I know Sharon and Megan enough to know what a great mom and grandmother she was to them. They share her love and care and compassion and faith. She sure did a good job raising her children and giving them what they needed. She now resides with Jesus and her loved ones that went before her, she is blessed indeed.