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Obituary - Pamela Ann (Howard) Camp

Pamela Ann (Howard) Camp

Date of Passing: July 4th, 2009

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In lieu of flowers, please consider contributions to the Regional Cancer Program of Bassett Healthcare, Bassett Hospital, 1 Atwell Road, Cooperstown NY 13326.

Pamela Ann (Howard) Camp, 52, passed away July 4, 2009 at Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, NY. She was born February 22, 1957, the daughter of the late Maurice Howard and Lucille (Defazio) Howard. She was married, in Waterville, September 11, 1998 to Edwin L. Camp. Pam was a graduate of Waterville Central School, and was an accomplished and talented artist, graduating Phi Beta Kappa, National Deans' List from MVCC in 1994, with honors. A plaque honoring her accomplishments hangs at MVCC, Utica. She is survived by her mother, Lucille (Howard) Kelly, and husband George Kelly, of Utica NY, her brother, Jim Howard and wife Debbie, of Arcade NY, her sister, Gail Howard, of Rome NY, her in-laws Edwin S. and Carol Camp, of Waterville, her husband, Ed, and daughter, Carolyn of Waterville, her brother-in law Gary Camp and wife Debbie, of Waterville, as well as five nieces, two nephews, and a large number of other caring family members, all of whom she loved very much. There will be a brief prayer offered shortly after 11:00 am, Sunday, August 2, 2009, at the Waterville Firemen's Pavilion, Main Street, Waterville, followed by a motorcyle ride in her honor. Riders wishing to participate are encouraged to contact Ed at 315-404-5213. A party in Celebration of Pam's Life will begin at noon, with live music and refreshments. All who wish to come are invited and are encouraged to attend.

Condolences:

I feel very fortunate to have known Pam. She always seemed to have a smile on her face and something positive to say. You could not help but be upbeat when she was around. I'll miss seeing her on my trips to Waterville. She brought joy to many.
Mary Margaret O'Dowd