Camelia Mary "CaMary" Wynne
1943 - 2021
Camelia Mary "CaMary" Wynne

February 1, 1943 - June 14, 2021

Camelia "CaMary" was born in Stillwater, Oklahoma, February 1, 1943, to Jack D. Berry and Camelia Uzzell. She passed away June 15, 2021, at age 78

She earned a BS degree from Oklahoma State University and there met and married Lee Wynne on August 23, 1964. They have been married for 58 years.

They are active members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. CaMary served in many callings in Young Women's, Relief Society and with Lee in area callings as Temple and Family History Directors. They have lived in Kannah Creek for the past 33 years.

As a professional horsewoman CaMary taught many State, Regional and some National Champions in Dressage and Jumping in Oklahoma, Florida, Texas, California, Colorado and other states.

As an accomplished Artist and Author, CaMary has paintings hanging in many parts of the country and current books on Amazon.

CaMary is survived by husband, Lee; natural children, Russell Wynne (Lori Clark), of Cummings, GA, and Thea Boden (John Boden), of Highland, UT; ten "adopted children"; nine grandchildren by blood and many others that call her "Mammette"; sister, Diana Mayo (Alvin), of Twin Falls, ID; brother, David Berry (Michelle), of Grand Junction, CO, and many nephews and nieces.

CaMary was an avid journal keeper and if you wish to honor her you can do so by performing a service project or act of kindness which will not be complete until you have recorded it in your own personal journal.

The family requests memories of CaMary be written and sent to Lee via email or letter to be compiled into a book for future generations.

There will be a funeral service at 10:00 a.m., Friday, June 25, 2021, at the Grand Junction Stake center on Orchard Ave. and Melody Lane. There will be a virtual telecast for those who wish to attend via internet starting at 9:50 a.m. Burial will be in the New Elmwood Cemetery near Fruita, CO, immediately following the services.

Published by The Daily Sentinel on Jun. 23, 2021.
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Funeral service
Grand Junction Stake center
Orchard Ave. and Melody Lane, CO
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