I worked with Bel at GM SPO from1966 until he retired. He was gentle soul. My mentor and friend.
Denny, so Sorry for your loss
Beldon was a neighbor when I lived on cloverlawn in Flint. He was a very kind gentle man. I am so sorry to the family for there loss. Will keep you all in my prayer.
RIP Grandpa Denman....truly blessed to have met you and have you meet Brady and Caidin....sending love and prayers!
I am so blessed to have had Beldon Denman as my father. As one of you expressed, he had unconditional love for all....this included his family as well! I am so thankful that he shared his love for me and his faith in the creator with me and my sister Dee as we were growing up. Dad use to say when he was struggling, "What do people do that do not have faith in a creator? It took me awhile to learn this lesson, but the faith he role modeled for me has definitely defined who I am as a person. I pray that I can pass this faith on to my children and future grandchildren so that they will have this in times of struggle in their life's as well. The family has started a facebook site for dad about a week ago. Their are so many pictures and stories about him. If you are on facebook and would like to see the site, just search for "I remember Beldon Denman". We know that dad was 86 and many of his friends have joined the spirit world already but if you are able come meet us at the visitation or funeral. Thank you all for your kind words about my father.
my condolences to the Denman family for their loss.
I was so blessed to have Beldon as my father. He provided me with the life and values to make me into the strong woman I continue to inspire to be. These memories will continue to sustain me for the rest of my life. I can only hope that I continue to pass on these values and faith to my children and future grandchildren. Dad would always say in times of struggle, how do people do this with out faith in a creator. We have a Facebook site entitled "I remember Beldon Denman" . Pictures and stories have been shared their for the last week too. Please feel free to come and hear about his life. His youngest daughter, Kathy
Bel was one of the finest persons I ever met. I worked for and with him at GMPD for many many years. A wonderful man that will be missed by all who knew him. R.I.P.!
I knew Beldon in the 70's and 80's while serving in the Flint District Church. I have always been impressed by his unconditional love for people of all walks of life. He was honest, compassionate, dependable and loyal. The world is a little poorer for his passing.