Harriette Denebeim
1920 - 2020
{ "" }
Share Harriette's life story with friends and family
Send an Email
Or Copy this URL to Share
Harriette Denebeim Harriette Denebeim, 100, of Overland Park, KS died on August 1, 2020. Visitation will be held at Johnson County Funeral Chapel on Thursday, August 6 at 9 a.m. with a Celebration of Life at 10 a.m. followed by burial beside her husband at Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Harriette was born on March 27, 1920 in Kansas City. She was always interested in art and was a member of Colored Pencils of America. She had been a window dresser at Woolf Brothers. She was an assistant designer to JoDee Jr. and at the Gernes Garment Company. Her favorite job was trimming windows and interiors for the lady's department at Woolf Bros. She was an artist and hobbyist. Harriette was a lifetime member of Congregation B'nai Jehudah. She was preceded in death by her husband Alvin, her parents, Ed and Sadie Wolf, sisters, Beatrice Fogel and Lenore Harris and her brother, Norman Wolf. She is survived by her son, Clay and wife, Nancy Denebeim and her daughter Joy Denebeim and Cheryl Martin. She is also survived the sunshine of her life, Jack and James Denebeim. She also leaves her sister-in-law, Sue Herring, many friends, cousins, nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Wayside Waifs or a local animal shelter. She was a doll collector; lover of dogs and she would give home to dogs and cats that needed shelter. Her favorite dogs were Sudie and Susie. She was in lots of art shows. She loved eating lobster. She also loved to travel with her husband, Alvin. She lived a full, long, happy life. Harriette loved everyone. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers. Please put a crayon, pencil, pen in a child's hand and teach them to draw or color.

To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store.
Published in Kansas City Star on Aug. 5, 2020.
Mt. Moriah Cemetery
Memories & Condolences
Guest Book sponsored by Kansas City Star
Not sure what to say?
2 entries
August 6, 2020
You will be missed Harriette. You were unbelievably talented. I feel blessed that you were part of my childhood. Never to be forgotten.
Love, Ann Klein Brasher
Ann Klein Brasher
August 5, 2020
Harriette was an extraordinary woman. She was full of life and an incrediblevartist. We were so blessed to live across the street from the Denebeim family on 86th on street. Our prayers for the family.
Karen Kay Holburn
Invite others to add memories
Share to let others add their own memories and condolences