It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of Pauline Ann Camp who succumbed to illness on November 30, 2021 while receiving care at the Crowsnest Pass Health Centre in Blaimore, Alberta. She was blessed with 70 years of a wonderful life.
Pauline was born on July 21, 1951 in Hemel Hempstead, England to proud parents, Frank & Myfanwy Perry. She blossomed into a beautiful and graceful young lady who won the heart of a kind and devoted young man, Ian Bruce Camp. They pledged their love in holy matrimony on June 25, 1982.
Pauline and Bruce immigrated to Canada in 1990 to find new opportunities and raise a family. They eventually settled in the Crowsnest Pass in March of 2008 and made many friendships and entertained themselves with all this majestic valley has to offer. Pauline enjoyed photography, cooking, reading and researching her family’s ancestry. She was passionate, determined, honest and courageous. Her battle with cancer left her wounded and scarred but never defeated or dejected. Pauline grew in admiration for all of life’s blessings including the love of family, friendship, integrity and kindness. She will forever be fondly remembered and sorely missed.
She is survived by her beloved husband, Bruce Camp of Coleman, AB; her cherished son, Adam Camp; her precious grandchildren, Hailey and Hannah; her siblings, Noreen (Andy) Kennington of the Isle of Man, Verne Perry of Bedfordshire, England and Graham Perry of Miltonkeynes, England; her nephew, David Kennington; as well as the many dear friends she made throughout her lifetime. She was predeceased by her parents, Frank and Myfanwy; three brothers; and her sister.
An informal gathering of family and friends to celebrate Pauline’s life will occur next summer. Condolences may be registered at www.fantinsfuneralchapel.ca.
Fantin’s Funeral Chapel assisting the family. (403) 562-8555.
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