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Gladys Thelma Stevenson Camp dies

Gladys Thelma Stevenson Camp

1912-2011

Gladys Thelma Stevenson Camp died at Cliffview Assisted Living Center in Kremmling on Sept. 28, 2011, at 99 years young. She was born in Holloway Village, Ohio, on June 30, 1912.

Gladys graduated from Lorain High School and was a life-long learner.

She married the love of her life, William Thomas Camp, on Feb. 3, 1935. They were married for 61 years. She was the very proud owner and operator of Gladys Camp Fashions on Clearwater Beach, Fla.

Her final resting place will be Rockhill Cemetery in Flushing, Ohio with her loving husband William. She was predeceased by her husband and a daughter, Shirley Beth Young.

Gladys is survived by her baby brother Richard Stevenson (Cinda); daughters Nancy Keiter (Steven) and Susan Russell (Curtis), and Betsy Veeser (Lynn) and her 13 grandchildren; son William T Camp Jr. ( Sandy); 25 great grandchildren; and 3 great-great grandchildren.

Gladys was a darling special lady. Her wit and wisdom will be a constant source of comfort to all who knew and loved her. The changes she witnessed over her 99 years were amazing. She is united now with her sweetheart and so many family and friends somewhere over the rainbow. Her gentle sassy charming spirit shall remain in our hearts forever. We were blessed to have known and loved her. We shall miss her, but will be forever charmed by her. Goodnight sweet girl and sweet dreams.

Mark H. Shearon, Funeral Director, Grand County Mortuary, is in charge of arrangements. 970-725-9010


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