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     Marie Camp, age 95, of Lamar, passed away Saturday, September 21, 2013 at Truman Healthcare Center where she had been a resident for the past three years.

     Marie was born August 3, 1918, in Barton County, Missouri to Orin and Florence Grace (Smith) Beavers.  On October 31, 1936, at Lamar, she married G.E. "Ed" Camp.  They owned and operated the Kenoma Store from 1936 to 1941 and the Sylvania Store from 1947 through 1949.  Marie was a devoted wife, mother, and homemaker. She attended the Cornerstone Southern Baptist Church. She was a charter member of the Lamar Art League and volunteered for the Story Hour at the library in Lamar and for the R.I.F (Reading Is Fun) program at the school.

     Ed preceded Marie in death on March 25, 1995.  She was also preceded by her parents and three brothers, Preston H. Beavers, Orin Thomas Beavers, Jr., and Lyle Beavers; two sisters, Una Lamb and Valda Clements; and her daughter, Rosemarie Morris, on September 4, 1995.

     Survivors include two grandchildren, Glenn (Bridgette) Morris of Coon Rapids, MN and Lela (Chris) Morris Perez of Thonotosassa, FL; two great-grandchildren, Ashley and Mitchell Morris; nieces, Linda Talbott, Judy Gastel, Helen Wilson, and Barbara Dennis; nephews, Bill Camp and Luther Lamb, all of Lamar; and several other nieces and nephews.

     Funeral services will be 2:00 pm Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at Daniel Funeral Home.  Burial will be in Lake Cemetery.

     The family will receive friends from 1:00 p.m. until service time on Wednesday.

     Memorial contributions are suggested to the Barton County Library in care of Daniel Funeral Home.



#3 Lamar, MOSusan Davis-Mabe 2013-09-25 17:44
Linda, Judy and Helen,
Deepest Sypmpathy in the passing of your Aunt Marie. She was such a classy lady. Remember all of the good memories and cherish them forever.
#2 Lamar, MoJanet Cohu Sitton 2013-09-24 08:27
We had Ed and Marie as neighbors and then they became my parents neighbors so we have years of memories. Marie and Mother were such good volunteers at the Library Story Hour and for R.I.F. Marie would hand out treats, perform puppets stories, cut out lots of crafts, dress up like a cowgirl or clown and just fill in anywhere we needed her. I am thankful for all the good memories.
#1 Wichita,KSSue & Harold Beavers 2013-09-23 20:21
Aunt Marie,
We will miss you so much. You will have many beautiful scenes to paint where you are going.

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