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Mr. Nick Donald Camp

The Dallas New Era
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Services for Mr. Nick Donald Camp Jan 19

Mr. Nick Donald Camp, age 60, of 1016 Citadel Drive, NE, Atlanta, Georgia, passed away on Thursday, January 16, 1992 at his residence. He had been a resident of Atlanta since 1946. His wife, Mrs. Susan Simpson Camp, passed away the following day, January 17, 1992, following 19 years marriage. He was born on April 13, 1931 in Paulding County, Georgia, the son of Mrs. Ida Evans Camp and the late Mr. William "Matt" Camp. Mr. Camp was a member of Peachtree Road Methodist Church and he was a veteran, serving in the U. S. Army in the Korean War. He dearly loved his mother and she depended on him and loved him so much. If any of his nieces, nephews, or anyone ever needed anything they would call on him and he would help. He was loved by everyone who met him, always friendly and enjoyed being with friends and family and he will be greatly missed by everyone. Survivors include his two daughters, Ms. Karen Camp Jones of Cartersville and Miss Scarlett Ann Camp of Atlanta; his son, Mr. Nick Donald Camp, Jr., of Atlanta; his mother, Mrs. W. M. (Ida) Camp of Dallas; four sisters, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. (Ruby) McMichen of Dallas, Mrs. Nita Dover of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. James H. (Ozelle) Williams of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest (Patsy) Minix of Atlanta; his brother,, Mr. and Mrs. George W. (Martha) Camp of Roswell; two grandsons, James M. Camp and Adam Allen Jones, several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Mr. W. M. "Matt" Camp, who passed away on August 9, 1985; his brother, Mr. W. M. Camp, Jr., who passed away on May 23, 1986 and his sister, Miss Beatrice Camp, who passed away in 1924. Funeral services were conducted on Sunday, January 19, 1992 at 2:00 PM in Benson's Chapel with Rev. Donald Voyles and Brother J. Watson Camp officiating. Special music was rendered by Joey Camp accompanied by Charles Cole at the piano. Interment was in New Hope cemetery with Allan Camp, Ronnie Camp, Lee Williams, Jay Williams, Jon Shamroe and Bruce Cavender serving as pallbearers. Benson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

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