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Obituary for Camille Dawn Kuczma Linsley

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Camille Dawn Kuczma Linsley

April 24, 1980 - March 31, 2012

Camille Dawn Kuczma Linsley, 31, returned to her Celestial home Saturday, March 31, 2012. She was the most beautiful baby born on April 24, 1980 to John T. and Patricia Ann Unsworth Kuczma. She was welcomed by her brother Mike who was her best friend, baby sisters Crystal and Tanna, her loving Uncle Quent, and her Grandma Unsworth. She married the love of her life, Allen Michael Linsley, January 10, 2002 in the Salt Lake Temple for time and eternity. She was an active member of the Clinton 7th Ward. She had an absolute love for her Heavenly Father. She graduated from Northridge High and attended Weber State University with an emphasis on photography. She enjoyed every minute of those days. She played Cello since 7th grade and also piano. Camille worked at several jobs and could adapt to any situation as she was extremely creative. A simple note would become a work of art sometimes with a hint of sarcasm but with love. She made each day fun and taught her children with her love of learning. She quit working to stay home with her beloved children. She wanted to go everywhere and do everything. Even though her health kept her from doing certain things, she was able to travel many places with her husband and family.Camille is survived by her husband, Allen; her children, Aiden (8) and Desiree (3); her parents John and Pat Kuczma; her sisters, Amy (Corey) Peterson and Emily (Tavin) Deru; grandfather, Quentin Unsworth, her in-laws Mike and Kathie Linsley and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Funeral services for Camille will be held at the Clinton LDS Ward, 2200 West, 2300 North, Clinton, on Thursday, April 5, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. The family will meet friends on Wednesday, April 4, 2012 from 5-8 p.m. at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, and one hour prior to services at the church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made at America First Credit Union where an account has been set up in Camille’s name.WE LOVE YOU ERM!Online condolences may be sent to the family at


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Visitation Information

Date: Thursday, April 5, 2012

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Clinton LDS Ward


2200 West 2300 North, , Clinton, UT,

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Service Information

Date: Thursday, April 5, 2012

Time: 11:00 am -

Clinton LDS Ward


2200 West 2300 North, , Clinton, UT,

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Cemetery Information

Date: Thursday, April 5, 2012

Clinton City Cemetery


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Timeline for Camille Dawn Kuczma Linsley

Born: April 24, 1980
Died: March 31, 2012

Condolences for Camille Dawn Kuczma Linsley

Laura Sedgwick posted on 5/4/12

Camille and I have known each other all of our lives, she was always a happy girl,always smiling,she so such hope and strength,and i looked up to her for that,and im gonna always remember her for that,


Dave and Diane Dall posted on 4/12/12

Pat and John, We were saddened to learn of the passing of Camille. It was fun in the 3rd ward having all our little ones so close in age. You are in our thoughts and prayers.


Quinn Kotter posted on 4/12/12

My sister Karen told me about Camille's passing while at my mom's house in West Valley for Easter. Although I never knew Camille all that well, the news of her funeral hit close to home since our family lived in Clinton for those many years prior to moving to South Jordan. I just want to say that she was a good person and I wish her family peace.Hugs.Quinn


Rosalyn Santos posted on 4/7/12

Dear John, Pat and FamilyMy Deepest Sympathy to you and the family. Camille will be remembered in my prayers this day. Take Care and God be with all of you.Love Rosalyn


Michael & Suzanne Bryson posted on 4/6/12

Pat & John,We are serving a mission working in the Illinois Chicago Mission Office but we were told by Tanya Chriatiansen and Laretta Beesley about Camille's passing. We are so sorry for your loss. We know that this must be so hard for you but we know that this life is but a moment and the eternity that we will have together in the next life will be so much the better if we can endure. I remember Camille as such a beautiful, bright and vivacious young woman. So full of life and expectation. Her work is not done, it has just begun and she is not far away. I just know that Dena has such a special connection back to the wonderful people form our neighborhood and is there to watch and help too. Keep holding on to the truth that we have been taught. Jesus did pay the price and we will be together again because of him. We hope you can feel the love and friendship of those around you (near and far) and that of your Savior. Your friends,***Elder & Sister Bryson*** (AKA: Mike & Suzanne)


Kimberly Kay Groeger posted on 4/5/12

I knew Camille in elementary. She was a great person who had a lovely smile, always friendly and had a warm, loving heart and an energetic spirit. A wonderful person like her is hard to come by and she will truly be missed. I send prayers and condolences to her family in this most difficult time.


Raymond Furgeson posted on 4/5/12

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of your loss. This dear young mother was a blessing with her warm smile. The Arrington family will miss her.


Kathleen King_Brockman posted on 4/4/12

My heart broke today when I heard the news of Camilles passing. I was able to see her grow up become a beautiful young woman, marry and become a wonderful mother. Her funny sense of humor and her wit will truly be missed by all who knew her. Avery special woman indeed. May God Bless your family with peace and comfort.


Dena Eckardt posted on 4/3/12

Camille was awesome to work with and a great friend to everyone!!! We all loved working with her at Davis Hospital. She will be missed!!!


JaNae posted on 4/3/12

So very many memories of my dear friend Camille. We had great times together. We were a bit silly and crazy in our high school days, like when we skipped school to test drive VWs, or went off-roading above the Bountiful B with our friend Mike and got stuck in the snow. Our memories only got better after that. I'll never forget our fun trip to Cedar City, driving up to Evanston and getting a flat tire, and so many other good times - we had so many great adventures together and she had a way of making every situation fun. She was my first roomie, my bridesmaid, someone I could talk to, trust, and share things with. She was there for me when I thought my world was falling apart, held my hand when I was going through treatment for my tumor, she helped me keep sane and reminded me who I really was. She kept me focused on the good and always knew exactly how to cheer me up. She was loving and kind. She had a personality no one could mirror, and inner goodness and beauty that radiated around her. She will always be my friend and I will love her forever. I am so grateful to know I can see her again and pray our Heavenly father will comfort her family and those close to her.


Kelly Vellinga Hadley posted on 4/3/12

It's quite daunting to try to sum up a life together. Camille was always my source of laughter, adventure, acceptance, & love. She could remember so much more of our exploits than I. It was my privilege to have been blessed by Camille's light. It colored my life vividly. I know she will continue on in concern and love for her family & friends of which there were so many.


Vanessa Colunga posted on 4/3/12

May the Lord bless your husband and your beautiful children in their time of mourning.


Vanessa Colunga posted on 4/3/12

It blows my mind to know that you've already made it through your life's journey. I feel very blessed to have known you and been able to call you my friend. I'm so glad I was able to see you awhile back at work. You're bright cheery smile always lifted my spirits. Good luck on your new journey my friend. <3 May the Lord bless your husband and your beautiful children in their time of mourning.


Skin posted on 4/3/12

May God bless and keep you and your family in His care now and forever. You are in my Prayers.


Tiffany Clark Leishman posted on 4/3/12

Allen, I am so sorry for your loss, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.


Cliff, Sandra and Greg Felkins posted on 4/3/12

We will never forget those peanut butter cookies that you gave us while playing basketball one hot summer afternoon. :) You were always kind and thoughtful to us and a little bit sarcastic but we knew that you loved us. You were a good neighbor as well as the whole Kuczma family. We will miss you. Love,The Felkins


Stephanie Allred posted on 4/3/12

Camille, what can I say. you were always so kind and loving to everyone. I remember growing up with you. going to primary and Sunday school, and young women's. I remember party's at your house. I remember your long hair. so so many memories. you will be missed. prayers or comfort and peace to your family.


Hilary posted on 4/3/12

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Love to you all,Hilary


Joel Hilton posted on 4/3/12

Hanging out with Camille and Kelly were some of my favorite times in high school. Camille was always so sharp-witted, yet sweet and kind. Hanging out with Camille was endlessly entertaining. Oddly enough, the same day I found out about her passing, I found a book Camille had given me as a birthday gift years ago. I will never forget her unique and loving personality.


Amy Fernelius posted on 4/3/12

Camille was my first best friend. I have so many girlhood memories of sleepovers, bike rides and playing Barbies together! She was the sister I never had when I was little. From our first day of Kindergarten to our High School graduation day, Camille was a friend to me. I remember her Baptism as well as her Wedding Day. It is sad to loose a friend that has been part of so much of my life.


Jessica Nutt posted on 4/3/12

Camille was my birthday twin. All through school we made sure to find each other to say Happy Birthday.. Even though we lost touch, You made your sunshine mark on me. You will be missed. May God bless your family.


Ryan Uhrey posted on 4/2/12

Camille was always someone I would try really hard to make laugh. She had such a fun personality and sense of humor and she took my teasing far too well. One thing I will always be grateful for were her words of encouragement and help through letters she sent to me on my mission. She picked me up on more than a few occasions. She was one of those friends who I could tell anything and would never judge, only listen and give good advice. Through the joys of social media I was able to get back in contact with her and knew of her struggles with health issues. But despite it all, she loved her husband and she loved her children. She always took time to ask me how my kids were doing, how my wife was doing, and to cheer me up like she always used to do before. My heart is heavy right now. She is a wonderful friend. I pray Allen and her children will be comforted in our Savior's loving arms. My prayers will be with them and all of Camille's family. Love ya, Camille. Thanks for being my book buddy, confidante, and friend. See you soon.


Lori Stewart posted on 4/2/12

My favorite memory with you was our AMAZING trip to Hawaii. I still laugh when I think about the Japanese tourists trying to take our picture for us, or the guy in the street trying to sell us fake ID's for a booze cruise, the fact that we thought some of the hot guys at the PCC would take notice to us, or how hard you and Kelly laughed at me when an enormous beatle landed on me and I did the most horrific panic dance of my life (right as the bus pulled up, packed full of people looking out the window). We had some fun times that I will never forget!