Frances Willene “Bill” Benefield Camp

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    - Latasha Barnhart (rose-benefield)
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    - Ted Mcdowell
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    - Sherry Johnson Morgan
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Frances Willene "Bill" Benefield Camp, 85, of Piedmont, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 4, 2014, at Piedmont Health Care Center. Born to Ollie and Bertie Sewell Bullock in Calhoun County on September 21, 1928 she was retired from Pleasant Valley School System as a lunchroom worker. She was a member of Piedmont First Baptist Church and a real estate broker. Funeral Services will be today, January 5, 2014, at 2 p.m. from Shady Grove United Methodist Church on Old Piedmont-Gadsden Highway in the Knighton's Crossroad Community with the Rev. Ryan Smith officiating. Visitation will be from 1-2 p.m. at the church. Burial will follow in Shady Grove United Methodist Church Cemetery. She was preceded in death by her parents; son, Rickey Benefield; two husbands, Reuben Benefield and Lamar Camp; brother, Gwen Bullock and grandson, Cody Benefield. Survivors include her sons, David Benefield and Cecil Benefield (Linda); daughters, Diane Mincey (John), Malinda Barker (Steve) and Susan Benefield Castleberry; sisters, Loretta Sauls, Betty Ruth McDougal and Beatrice Smith; special sister-in-law, Shirley Bullock; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren and special friend, Evelyn Knighten. "Bill" loved music, life, travel and never met a stranger. She was much loved by her family and community and will be missed by everyone who knew her. Dansby Heritage Chapel is honored to serve the Camp Family.
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Published in The Anniston Star on Jan. 5, 2014