CAMI LEE
1961 - 2020
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Cami Lee, age 59, a Fort Mohave, Arizona resident since 2016, passed away on Wednesday, September 16, 2020. She was born to Pleasant T. Moore and Geraldine H. Vogel on May 1, 1961 in Bellflower, Calif.
Cami graduated from Neff High School in 1979. She was retired and previously worked in embroidery, medical billing, party planning, computer data and document management. Cami enjoyed jet skiing, off-roading, gambling, cooking, embroidery and crafting of just about everything.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Pleasant T. Moore, Jr. and Geraldine H. Vogel; sister, Dorothy Moore.
She is survived by her husband of 23 years, William Lee; brothers, Paul and Stephen Moore.

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Published in Mohave Daily News Online from Dec. 8 to Dec. 15, 2020.
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16 entries
January 8, 2021
May favorite photo of me and Cami!
Carol Wright
Family
December 11, 2020
A wonderful, kind person who will be remembered!
“And when you think of her,
Let a smile broaden your face,
That she lived a happy life,
With those that loved her so much.”
Phil & Jenny
Friend
December 10, 2020
My sincere condolences to Will and Cami's brothers Paul and Stephen.
Cami was such a pleasant person to be around and will be missed by all.
Terry Born
Friend
December 10, 2020
Cami was one of our most favorite neighbors, along with her husband Will, and fur baby, Ethan. They even saved us from a total house burn down. Cami was a terrific and extremely creative sewing and embroidery artist. We still have, unfortunately only one of her embroidered months of the year dish towels. However, the personalized shopping bags she fashioned so wonderfully have survived a terrific amount of abuse. And we never will forget the cruise ship party they had repleat with gang plank and passenger passports.
Cami was always so sweet, kind, and caring. Thank you for the fun times and great 4ths of July. We will miss you; you have left us far too soon.

Robert Fritch
Linda Kaplan
Linda Kaplan
Friend
December 10, 2020
Will, Paul & Stephen,

Know that you are in my prayers. I have such great High School memories of the two of us. She could always make me laugh and her smile was contagious. Love and Hugs to you all.
Carri Washowich Piche
Friend
December 10, 2020
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Harley and Kathy Sellick
Friend
December 9, 2020
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Tommy Joe Woodard
Friend
December 9, 2020
A kind heart and a true soul. Cami will be missed by all her many friends. I was so glad to have known her.
Dennis Burnam
Friend
December 8, 2020
Father's Day 2012
Will
Spouse
December 8, 2020
New Years 2009.
Will
Spouse
December 8, 2020
I wish I could fully express my condolences and my love for my brother-in-law, Will. All the years he has been a part of our family, and the love he and my sister shared. My baby sister will forever be a part of me. We not only spent our childhood together, but our adulthood, too. She always had a big smile, a sharp wit, and the heart to help. So many sorrows and joys shared thru the decades. So many stories, so many laughs. She understood me better than anyone. Whether playing "air guitars", or roller skating, or Blue Chip bowling, or our favorite- hunting for a liquor store-. So many memories.
Stephen Moore
Brother
December 8, 2020
Cami was always there for all of us. She shared herself and her life with her family and friends, and I’m so torn losing my baby sister I can’t find the words to express how much I love and miss her.
Paul T Moore
Brother
December 8, 2020
I’ll never forget the time spent at your house in Huntington. It was always filled with lots of laughs.
Heather Loper
Family
December 8, 2020
Will
Spouse
December 8, 2020
Thinking of you in these hard times. Thoughts and prayers are with you always, uncle Will.
Nika Sellick
Nika Sellick
Friend
December 8, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.So many memories we made through the years. Being on the river with you was the best, always had a good time . Till we meet again RIP Cami Annie Moore
Ann Moore
Family
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