Eulaine Curtis Camp

January 22, 1931April 11, 2019

Mrs. Eulaine Curtis Camp, age 88, of Rome, Ga., passed away on Thursday, April 11, 2019. Mrs. Camp was born in Rome, Ga. on January 22, 1931. She was the daughter of the late Thelma Strange Curtis Gilliland and the late Clay Curtis, and wife of the late Paul Camp, Jr. Mrs. Camp was a fixture in the Rome community, living a life of service to those she loved and many she never knew. Her lifelong love of giving back to her beloved Rome community began as a pink lady volunteer for many years at Floyd Medical Center and continued in many ways until her death. She helped her husband run Paul W. Camp Appraisers in Rome for nearly six decades, created a service group called RAH-RAH's (Retired And Happy) out of Trinity United Methodist Church in Rome to help elderly people get out of their homes and find friendship and fun, and ran the live nativity at Trinity for decades. Mrs. Camp loved her friends and family dearly. She loved taking care of people and making sure they felt loved. She loved making the best pot roast in the world for her family on special occasions. She loved supporting her children and grandchildren, as she and Paul never missed a football game, baseball game, gymnastic meet or play, no matter how far away or how long they might take. She loved her church and church family at Trinity, and the memories it held, as it was where she married her beloved Paul in 1951. She was a woman of faith, a woman of kindness and compassion, a woman of friendship to her many lifelong friends, a woman of servitude to the greater good and a woman who made sure that everything she did, she did with love and commitment, and did it right. Mrs. Camp is survived by her brother Jerry Curtis (Linda) of Rome; daughter, Linda Gentry (David) of Rome; son, John Camp of Marietta; grandchildren Hannah Gentry Davis (Scotty) of Rome; Bonnie Gentry Maulding of Rome; Taylor Camp of Nashville, Tenn.; Katy Ruth Camp of Marietta; Clay (Amanda) Gentry of Cleveland, Tenn.; and three great-grandchildren, Hayden James Davis, Lucas Scott Davis and Madelaine Grace Maulding. The family will hold a private family viewing at Trinity (606 Turner McCall Blvd, Rome 30165) from 1:30 to 1:55 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16. The family will receive friends at the church from 2 to 3 p.m. and the church will host the funeral service beginning at 3 p.m., officiated by Pastor Wayne Hopper. A burial service will follow at Oaknoll Memorial Gardens (2549 Shorter Ave, Rome 30165). Please visit to share memories and condolences with her family.


  • Paul Watts Camp, Jr., Husband
  • Thelma Strange Curtis Gilliland, Mother
  • Clay Curtis, Father
  • Roma Curtis Griffin, Sister
  • John Wallace Camp, Son
  • Linda Camp Gentry, Daughter
  • David Gentry, Son-in-law
  • Hannah Gentry Davis, Granddaughter
  • Scotty Davis, Grandson-in-law
  • Bonnie Gentry Maulding, Granddaughter
  • Taylor Camp, Grandson
  • Katy Ruth Camp, Granddaughter
  • Clay Gentry, Grandson
  • Amanda Gentry, Granddaughter-in-law
  • Hayden James Davis, Great-grandson
  • Lucas Scott Davis, Great-grandson
  • Madelaine Grace Maulding, Great-granddaughter
  • Jerry Curtis, Brother
  • Linda Curtis, Sister-in-law

  • Taylor Camp, Pallbearer
  • Clay Gentry, Pallbearer
  • Scotty Davis, Pallbearer
  • Bill Curtis, Pallbearer
  • Bryan Hall , Pallbearer
  • Joe Tarpley, Pallbearer
  • Dwight Tolbert, Pallbearer


  • Receiving Friends Tuesday, April 16, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Eulaine Curtis Camp

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Thom Holt

April 16, 2019

Amazing woman, loved everyone and TUMC .

Ken & Ann Kyle

April 15, 2019

Thank you for many, many wonderful memories while involved in Lions Club activities over several years. Dalton Noon Lions Club here.

Betty Deadwyler

April 12, 2019

Eulaine and Paul were such wonderful friends for the nine years we lived in Rome. They were like family. We continued our friendship for many years after moving away and swapped letters especially every Christmas until this past year when health issues prevented it happening. Kathy, Karen , Tommy and Sharon join me in sending our love and prayers to all of you, and know how precious our memories will remain of all we shared as friends and neighbors.

Pam Adams Williams

April 12, 2019

Linda and John, our hearts and prayers are with you in these sad days. There is joy in knowing your mom is now in the presence of Jesus whom she served so faithfilly especially at Christmastime. Her work brought joy to thousands over the years with that living nativity. Truly a labor of hard work and love! And now with Mr. Paul again. They lived godly lives in front of all of us. I cant remember a time I didnt know Mrs. Eulaine. She was always the sweetest and kindest person to me and to my family. She once very quietly did a great kindness for my mom. I have never forgotten her example of caring. Rejoicing she is well and whole! Much love to you both! Pam