Henrietta P. Walker known as (Henny),rested in the arms of the Lord in the early morning of March 17,2021.
Henrietta was born on July 12,1917, She was educated in the Blackwood Schools from elementary through 12th grade.
Henrietta furthered her career in nursing and received her certification for Psychiatric Aide, and also received her Real Estate
In 1932 Henrietta married and from that union three children were born: Aaron Medley Jr., Rosetta Medley(Williams)and
Henrietta was a truly devoted woman of God where she continued her education in Religious Studies, she received her Bachelors
Degree in Religious Education. Henrietta later moved on when she met and married the late Winston Walker.
Henrietta worked in the nursing field until her retirement.
Henrietta was a devoted member of Mount Hope U.A.M.E. Church in Camden, New Jersey where she served as a Deaconess,Conference
Nurse 2nd & 3rd dists., and a Missionary for many years, until her illness.
Thanksgiving was Henrietta's favorite holiday, family would all come together for that special day, Henrietta loved to cook
and bake, her specialty was homemade Apple cake and Pies.
Henrietta loved when family would come and take her out shopping, restaurants, and to the casinos.
Henrietta is preceded in Death by her parents,late husband Winston Walker, and daughter Rosetta Williams. Left to cherish her memory
are her sons, Aaron Medley Jr., John Medley,and grandson (son), Brian Langston & Dennis Langston. Granddaughter's
(daughter)Yolanda Banks,(daughter)Rosetta Long,(daughter) Denise Langston.
Henrietta had a host of Grand children, Great grandchildren and multitude of great great grandchildren, a host of nieces
nephews family members and friends and her closest friend Rose Lumpkin.
We would like to thank those who took care of her in her time of need, her great granddaughters,Rita Langston, Michelle Langston
Angel Smith, Teona (Wild Rice)Smith and Monica Mackson.
Henrietta was loved by her family,and friends she will truly be missed.
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