Camille Marie Hoogasian
"She was always the life of the party!" Joy for life & unlimited optimism described Camille Hoogasian. She could start a conversation with ANYONE. No surprise, her life was filled with public interaction. Beginning at the family flower stand in front of Gump's, Camille's career included managing and owning restaurants (Hungry Tiger, Blondie's and Harpoon Louie's), Christmas tree lots, and working as an undercover security guard at both Magnins.
Born in Lorain, Ohio, raised in the Richmond District, Camille lived 50 years in Burlingame. She is survived by her brothers, two daughters, two sons, six grandchildren, two great grandchildren plus Kiki and C.J. Camille loved watching her granddaughters play softball and preparing exotic food.
Camille passed peacefully at home on November 28th. Visitation will be at McAvoy O'Hara, Evergreen Mortuary (10th Ave and Geary) Sunday, December 5th 4pm-7pm. A funeral Mass at St. Monica's Church (23rd and Geary) Monday, December 6th at 10:30am internment at Cypress Lawn following.
Published by San Francisco Chronicle from Nov. 30 to Dec. 5, 2021.