2/28/1949 ~ 9/29/2018
Etta Camille Larsen, age 69, gained her angel wings on September 29, 2018. She was born on February 28, 1949 to Soren Gottfred and Etta Marie Larsen in Mt Pleasant, Utah, the youngest of five children. She was raised in Spring City and attended her elementary school there, graduating from North Sanpete High School. She attended Snow College and Utah State University. Camille served an LDS Mission in Oakland, California. She held many calling in the church throughout her life. Camille was an account bookkeeper and worked for a variety of companies throughout her life. Camille married and was blessed with her son Lewis Milton Larsen.
Camille had many talents, including but not limited to, her baking and cooking skills. Camille always brought new and very tasty treats to all of our family get togethers, and her fudge and caramels were a must at all events. Camille had a green thumb when it came to house plants. She loved to do crafts of all sorts. Our first family Christmas Party was at Camille’s house and her tree was covered in knitted angels, candy canes and wreath ornaments that she had made. Camille was a jokester and was always up for any game or joke. Camille loved to host parties and be around her family, but her pride and joy was her son Lewis.
Camille is survived by her son Lewis Larsen, Hurricane, UT, her sister Kathleen Johnson, Carlin, NV, brother Milton (Vicki) Larsen, Moroni, UT, sister-in-law Carolyn (Don) Hafen; nieces: Karla (David) Jones, Michelle Larsen, Melissa (Blake) Anderson, Kimberly (Mike) Godfrey and Rhoana Johnson; nephews: Clint (Tara) Johnson and Skyler (Felicia) Larsen; numerous cousins, great nieces, great nephews, and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, sister Gertrude Aileen Larsen, brother Briant Lewis Larsen, brother-in-law Max Johnson and nephews Keith and Ryan Larsen. You can bet that Camille is with Keith and Ryan challenging them to an Indian Leg Wrestle.
A viewing will be held on Saturday, October 6, 2018 at 10:00 am with funeral services to follow at 11:00 am at the Spring City LDS Church. The church is located at 164 S. Main St. Burial will take place at the Spring City Cemetery. A luncheon will follow at the LDS Church. In lieu of flowers please donate to the charity of your choice.