Betty Ann Henry, 82, of Kearny AZ, beloved wife, mother and grandmother passed away peacefully on July 20, 2023, surrounded by her husband and children. Betty was born in Pretty Prairie, Kansas on February 12, 1941, to Alvin and Olive Albright. Betty Ann married the love of her life, Jerry Henry, June 1, 1963, in Clayton, NM. The two shared many wonderful memories and an unfailing love. They were blessed with two children. Betty Ann was a devoted wife and mother and loved her family dearly.\n\nBetty Ann had a way of making others feel special and loved, a trait that was evident in her everyday interactions. She did not know a stranger -she talked to everyone and wanted everyone to feel loved and appreciated. Betty enjoyed the simple pleasures of life – she loved nature, she loved going on walks, she loved music, she loved to dance, she loved celebrations, she loved spending time with her family. Betty Ann had the gift of encouraging others, and she often did so by making cards for them. Her life was a testament to her steadfast faith in God. She believed immensely in the power of prayer and she read her Bible daily.\n\nPreceded in death by her parents Al and Olive Albright, brothers- Ken Albright and Al Albright and sisters – Gwedoline (Larry) Oline and Alvalene (Chuck) Bond. Betty Ann is survived by her beloved husband, Jerry Henry; her son, James Henry; daughter, Elizabeth (Travis) Taylor; brothers David Albright, Steve Albright, Ted Albright and sister, Pat (John) Dellett; granddaughter Audrey (Clay) Good, and Grandsons Andrew Taylor and Austin Taylor, and eight great grandchildren - Jamason, Trenton, Clara, Lincoln, Adalyn, Paxton, Jase, and Aidric. Betty Ann will be deeply missed. Her love, her laughter, her beautiful sprit will live on in her family and in the countless lives she touched. She may no longer be physically present, but her influence will forever resonate in the hearts of those who knew her. She leaves behind a legacy of love, kindness, and resilience, a testament to her beautiful spirit.\n\nIn celebration of Betty Ann's life, we invite all who knew her to share their memories and photos on her memorial page. Your stories and pictures will serve as comforting reminders of the love she shared and the difference she made in our lives.