Anna Belle Camp
A Service of Celebration for longtime Lamar resident, Anna Belle Camp was held at 2:00 PM, Wednesday, December 23, 2009 at the Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church of Lamar with Reverend Steven Thomas officiating. Interment followed at Fairmount Cemetery.
Visitation for Ms. Camp was held on Tuesday, December 22, 2009 from 1:00 PM until 7:00 PM at the Peacock Funeral Home.
Anna Belle was born at Fowler, Colorado on July 24, 1923 to Frank and Edith (Sphoon) Sorensen and passed away following a short illness on December 19, 2009 at Penrose Hospital in Colorado Springs at the age of 86.
She is preceded in death by her husband Clarence E. Camp on February 13, 1992, parents, sisters; Cindy Noble and Mary Smith, a brother Bob Sorensen and a niece Pat May.
Anna Belle is survived by her daughter Connie Jacobsen of Lamar and her son Warren (Dana) Camp also of Lamar. She is also survived by her grandchildren; Kellie (Jerry) Hoff, Kris Jacobsen, Faith and Tess Camp as well as her siblings; Doris Reyher of Lamar, Helen Crabtree of Yuma, AZ, Frances Denney of Fowler, and Bill (Gaye) Sorensen of Somerton, AZ.Numerous nieces, nephews other relatives and many friends also survive.
Memorial Contributions may be made to the Macular Degeneration Center of Colorado in care of the funeral home office.
For Anna Camp's family: I noticed this obituary when I went to print my uncle's obituary, Salvador Chavira, and instantly thought of "Ann" Camp...I worked with her many years ago at the Colorado Migrant Council...she was the secretary at the Day Care...I have so many good memories of her...her awesome sense of humor, her kindness, and her zest for life...we always took out-of-town trips for various education classes and training classes and she was a hoot...s great traveling companion...and I will always remember our long Friday afternoon lunches in the back room of the Main Cafe...I will remember her fondly...
from Anita M. Hernandez, Denver
|To Anniebelle Camp family|
So sorry to hear about Annie she was so sweet and enjoyed going over to visit with her when Kelly would go over and give her dinner. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Michele, Halee and MiCayla
|Family of Anna Camp|
What a wonderful lady. Always enjoyed talking to her when she worked at Credit Union she taught me alot just talking on the phone all those years ago. My sympathies are with you at this time.
For the Anne Camp's family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Anne was such a special person and I am proud to say I knew her. Take care and God bless.
|We received a telephone call from Alonzo Goodman telling us about Annie. We had tried to call (as was our custom during the holidays) several times in the past week. We treasure all of our wonderful memories of Annie (and Clarence). They will always be a treasure in our heart and also in the heart of our son, Johnny. Our love and prayers to Warren, Connie and all of her loved grandchildren!|
For the Family of Anna Camp:
Our deepest sympathy to you all. Ann was a neat lady. She always saw something to smile about.
We are thinking of you.
Mikki and Kenny Cartwright