OBITUARY

Marjorie Louise Van Camp

February 8, 1927January 8, 2020
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Marjorie Louise Van Camp was born February 8th, 1927 in Panora, Iowa, passed away January 8th, 2020 in Olathe, KS at the age of 92.

Marjorie was one of seven siblings and was the last surviving sibling. She served two tours in the United States Air Force, the 2nd being in Germany. While in the Air Force she met her Army husband, Robert, and married while on leave. She then became a home maker and mother to two amazing kids, Bob and Lori. She served in different positions in the Boy Scouts, as well as, the Girl Scouts. She loved sewing, crafting, and playing cards.

Survived by her son Bob and Brenda Van Camp and her daughter Lori and Vince Brackett; her grandchildren, Jenni Arzola, Tylor Brackett, and Sieara Andrews; 4 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild.

Predeceased by her mother Iva C. Moore and father William Huitt; siblings Gaylord, Wilma, Robert, Arlean, Bud, and Jean; great grandchild Audrey Andrews; husband Robert P. Van Camp.

Her service will be on Saturday January 18th, 2020 at 2pm, viewing at 1pm at Floral Hills Funeral Home. 7000 Blue Ridge Blvd., Raytown, MO 64133

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Charles Andrews
  • Andy Bacon
  • Vincent Brackett
  • Bill Gifford
  • Norman Huitt
  • Robyn Mason
  • Chris Dove, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Jerry Gifford, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Jim Mills, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Bobby Van Camp, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Larry Van Camp, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Lee Van Camp, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, January 18, 2020
  • Funeral Service Saturday, January 18, 2020
  • Graveside Saturday, January 18, 2020

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Marjorie Louise Van Camp

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Tina Forkner

January 17, 2020

Marge ment alot to me and my boys. She was so kind and sweet. She loved unconditionally.
She loved Richie and Jason as her own grandkids even though they weren't.
I still remember all the wonderful times we had at "The Farm" she opened up her home to all that would come. All the walks we took to look for rocks in the creek beds are still my most cherished times. Jason would ask her "grandma what kind of rock is this one? She would respond "well it's a leavaright, LEAVE IT RGHT WHERE YOU FOUND IT" She would say and the boys would crack up.
Dear Marge you will be greatly missed. We love you.

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