Anna Delle Camp
Date of Birth: April 25, 1929
Date of Death: January 8, 2020
January 18, 2020 - 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM - Lewistown United Methodist Church
January 18, 2020 - 11:00 AM - Lewistown United Methodist Church
Lewistown- Anna Delle Camp, 90, of Lewistown passed away at 2:25 PM Wednesday January 8, 2020 at Morningside Assisted Living in Washington.
She was born April 25, 1929 at rural Lewistown the daughter of Ralph and Tesse (Fitzhenry) Butler. She married Willard E. “Bill” Camp on September 25, 1948 at Lewistown. He died June 4, 2019. She was also preceded in death by her parents, one brother, three sisters, one grandchild, and a son-in-law, John Maxwell. Surviving are two children, Becky Maxwell of Canton and Joe (Connie) Camp of Eureka, five grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren.
Anna Delle worked for many years at the Lewistown National Bank. She had also worked for the former Lewistown News. She was a member of the Lewistown United Methodist Church, the Women’s Bowling League and a founding member of the Spoon River Professional Women’s Club. Anna Dell enjoyed square dancing, sewing and making quilts. She was an avid reader.
Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM Saturday January 18th at the Lewistown United Methodist Church with Reverend Shane Smith officiating. Visitation will be held one hour prior to services at the church. Cremation will be accorded following the service and burial of ashes will be at Oak Hill Cemetery in Lewistown at a later date. Henry-Lange Memorial Home in Lewistown is assisting the family with arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to Lewistown United Methodist Church or the American Cancer Society. Online condolences may be made at henrylange.com.
From: Nancy Mapston Jan 9 2020 6:50PM We are sad to lose Ann but so happy that she is in heaven with God and her beloved Bill. Being Bill's "little" sister, Ann came into my life at the age of 10 yrs. She's always been more like a sister than sister-in-law to me. I have such great memories of our times shared together when we were able to visit them in Illinois. We are sending prayers for Becky, Joe, Connie and the grandchildren and many, many hugs and much love to all. Even though we can't be there with you just know our thoughts are with you always. From: Lorenda Alvin Spilker Jan 9 2020 7:55PM Our deepest sympathy to Anna Delle's family. A great lady. I worked with her at the Lewistown National Bank. She shall be missed but we have wonderful memories to hold dear to our hearts. Lorenda and Alvin Spilker. From: Julie Magnussen Jan 9 2020 10:21PM We are part of a family that loves being together. Aunt Ann was an amazing woman who loved the Lord and each family member greatly. As I think about all the wonderful times we have had together as a family, she will be missed as all of my Aunt’s and Uncles and cousins have gone before her. She is square dancing her way on streets of gold with Uncle Bill. Her unending smile will be deeply missed. I know she would want to see us all again at God’s kitchen table. To my cousins, Becky, Joe, Connie and the rest of their family, we love you and send prayers and hugs from Texas. From: Jane England Gilson Jan 9 2020 10:46PM Our deepest sympathy to Becky & Joe and families. Your Mother was a lovely lady. From: Mike Jouffray Jan 9 2020 10:59PM Aunt Annie, my Mother’s sister, was a beautiful and wonderful woman. She was my last Aunt who I dearly loved. I will miss our phone conversations full of positivity, humor and love. To my cousins, Joe and Becky, I give you my love and hugs from Texas. From: Cindy and Jim Jan 10 2020 8:21AM Anna Delle Butler Camp was called by many titles in her life but for me, by far, the most special was "Aunt"! Her smile, sense of humor, knack for making us all welcome and well fed and well loved will be with us forever. Immediately comes to mind the family reunions from the old pump station to Sand Springs Resort... the card games and dominoes... the hugs and the jokes... the gatherings for birthdays and anniversaries and life events that are the patchwork of our family... her caregiving for Uncle Bill and all her family... Jim's homemade pickles... My heart hurts that we will not be with Becky and Joe and Connie and all the family that will come together to celebrate the life of this special woman! But we hope you know that we are with you in spirit, in love and in our prayers. "I Can Only Imagine" your room in the mansion of Heaven, Aunt Ann! Your faith in Jesus is rewarded! Your work on earth is done! From: Ed Coleman Jan 10 2020 9:38AM Anna Delle, my mom's first cousin, was a wonderful woman who loved people and loved life. She could light up a room with her smile and laugh. Anna Delle was always so positive and upbeat anytime I saw her regardless of the circumstances. Her ever present optimism and good nature had a positive effect on all those who knew her. She will be missed beyond measure, but what a joyous reunion there is in Heaven! From: Roger Leo Arnett Jan 10 2020 4:54PM Becky, Joe and family. To say we will miss your mother is an understatement. Such a wonderful woman and neighbor for many years! I enjoyed many wonderful visits with your father as well "across our fence line". Your folks were indeed the perfect examples of Love and Christianity, Peace and Patience. Prayers for your loss and I am blessed to have had them in my life. From: Becky Shumaker Jan 10 2020 5:20PM Sending prayers and condolences to Anna Delle’s entire family. She was such a sweet lady and will be greatly missed by all of us at the library. From: Anna Parkinson Jan 10 2020 6:46PM So sorry to hear about your loss. From: Chris Brown Jan 10 2020 7:28PM To the family & friends of Anna Delle: our world has Lost a Very Sweet and compassionate lady!!! She Always had a Kind word, for anyone that she met!!! I really LOVED her Special way of making you feel, important to her!!! A friend of mine, & I used to walk by her & Bill’s house, and we were Always met with a HI and HOW ARE YOU, followed by a tour of Bill’s garden, & a friendly visit, from BOTH Anna Delle & Bill!!! R.I.P. my forever friend!! You Will Be Missed!!! LOVE YOU?????? From: Sharon (Nebergall) Bosserman Jan 10 2020 8:09PM I am so sorry for your loss! It's difficult to lose a parent! Keep your good memories close to your heart! From: Andrea Ford Jan 10 2020 9:00PM I am so sorry for your loss. Ann and Bill were neighbors of ours, across the street in fact. I will miss her dearly. She was such a sweet lady. From: Kate Arnett (Murphy) Jan 10 2020 10:12PM What a remarkable lady your Mom was! Your Dad and Mom were such great neighbors and we laughed about how we seemed to follow each other. First they were neighbors of my folks as we grew up and later as we all moved across town. She was such a special blessing at my Mom's passing with food, flowers and cards. I am so glad that I finally got a chance to talk to her and find out about her family history. She will be so missed! From: Joe Dielfield Jan 11 2020 3:10PM Becky & Joe,
My condolences to you and your families. I have been away from Lewistown for 40 years, but have always looked back with fond memories of people like your Mom and Dad.
From: Jim Jackson Jan 11 2020 3:12PM Becky & Joe my condolences for your loss. Your Mom was such a sweet lady and I have many fond memories of her from when we were children. She was always so nice to all the kids and I’m sure will be missed very much. No matter how long we have them it is never long enough... ?????? From: Margaret Post Niederer Jan 12 2020 8:10PM So many years ago,1944-45,riding that old yellow school bus from east of Lewisown to tBryand and St. Davoc then on to the highway north of Lewistown, I recall Anna Dell Butler being one of the last studnets to board the bus. She always had a smile and had so many friends. Everybody in the high schol knew her.. She was one of my very good memories of people in Lewistown Community High School.
My sympathy to all of her family.
From: David & Kathy Rhodes Jan 14 2020 11:44PM Joe, Becky and families, we are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
Sending much love,
David & Kathy Rhodes
From: Melissa Hall Jan 18 2020 7:31AM I am so very sorry to hear of yet another loss in your lives. Loss is just so difficult. "I truly never learned what the words 'I miss you' were until I reached for my mom's hand and it wasn't there." (Anonymous) Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.