Verna Jeane Cammeron

Verna Jeane (Kent) Cammeron, 86, of Great Falls, formerly of Lincoln, Mont., died of natural causes Saturday, Nov. 17, at her home.

A graveside service will be held in the summer. Arrangements are being handled by Schnider Funeral Home.

Verna Jeane Cammeron was born April 6, 1926, in Miles City, Mont., the daughter of ClenCQ and Velma Kent of Sumatra, Mont. She graduated from Sumatra High School. Verna worked as a waitress and clerk typist for many years in Great Falls and Lincoln. She married Edward K. "Ike" Cammeron in 1965. They later moved to Lincoln. On Dec. 8, 2003, she lost Ike, the love of her life, and they now can be together once more.

She was a member of the Methodist Church, Great Falls Seniors Citizens, VFW Post 1087 Lady Auxiliary and the Eagle's. She enjoyed fishing, camping, dancing, crafts, music and motorhoming.

She leaves behind a son, Mark (Patti) Price of Seward, Alaska; a daughter, Dana L. Slaven and Bob Slaven of Lincoln; step-daughter, Julie Cammeron of Henrietta, N.Y.; a brother, Clen (Barbara) Kent of Gillette, Wyo.; a sister, Marlene Smith of Billings; grandsons Ken Holme, Shane Price, Seth Price and Travis Price; a step-granddaughter, Brenna Cammeron; and great-grandchildren Kenton and Makenna Holme.

She was preceded in death by her husband Edward Cammeron, and a brother, William Kent.

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Published in Great Falls Tribune on Nov. 21, 2012