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Betty Lou Camp

December 5, 1937 — June 17, 2017

Betty Lou Camp age 79 passed away on Saturday June 17th, 2017 at her home in Mayville, ND with her family at her side after a courageous fight with cancer. Betty was born December 5th, 1937 in Rochester, Minnesota to William and Florence Willing into a family of 2 sisters: Maxine Stiller, Carol Harmon, and 4 brothers: Harold Willing, Darrell Willing, William Willing, Chuck Willing, all of whom precede her in death. She was also preceded in death by son-in-law Ryan McGlynn. Betty attended Trinity Lutheran School for 8 years then went on to Rochester high school graduating in 1955. Betty was united in marriage in 1957 to her husband Fred Camp who passed in 2005. As an Air Force military wife she lived in Two Harbors Minnesota, Sioux Lookout Ontario Canada, Bellefontaine Ohio, Bucks Harbor Maine, Wadena Minnesota, Savannah Georgia and Sharon North Dakota until finally residing in Mayville North Dakota in 1978. She is survived by her six children: Brenda Lee Biallas, Linda Sue Barolet, Carol Ann Davis, Crystal Lynn Munsell, Scott Anthony Camp, and Cheryl Jean McGlynn; Son-in-laws: Bob Biallas, Greg Barolet, Wade Davis, and Scott Munsell; Daughter-in-law: Ruth Camp; twenty two grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. She is also survived by her close friends: Larry and Schela Gander, Ellsworth and Audrey Nelson, Gary and Dorothy Burton, Gladys Pelfrey, Marian Johnson, and all of her special church and Bible study friends. Betty was active in her church Riverside Evangelical Free and worked part time for the Mayville Senior Center and Portland Senior Center for many years. Betty’s spiritual gift was serving. She had a humble servant’s heart and had no desire for public recognition. Even in illness she sought for the comfort of others. She was a woman of inner dignity with incredible faith. Betty will be truly missed by her family and friends. It was Betty’s wish that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Hospice of the Red River Valley and Riverside Evangelical Free Church. Memorial service will be held at 2:00 on Wednesday, June 21, at the Riverside Evangelical Free Church in Mayville.
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