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“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.”- Winnie the Pooh
Kami W. Eames, 52, passed away Sunday, April 4, 2021. She was born May 19, 1968, in Ogden, Utah to Harry and Sharon Webster. She was raised in Ogden and graduated from Ogden High School.
Kami was a beloved daughter, mother, grandma “Nona”, sister, and friend. She will be remembered by all for her loyal heart, authentic spirit, and kindred soul. Kami was a hard worker and always took pride in what she was doing. People enjoyed to be around her and she was considered a friend by many.
Kami loved the people in her life. She also loved her pet cats, music, humor, sports, cooking, reading, and lending a helping hand whenever it was needed. Most of all, she loved her family and two daughters dearly and will be remembered by her grandchildren as their fun and loving Nona. She always lit up with pure joy when she was around her grandbabies.
Kami was a strong and wonderful person who was deeply loved and cared about.
She will be forever missed by those that knew her.
Kami is survived by her two daughters, Charly Eames and Bailey Gallegos (husband Skyler Gallegos). Her four grandchildren, Olyvia (7), Henry (5), Eliana (3), and Emelia (9 months). Her father Harry Webster, and her two brothers Kelly and Chris Webster.
Kami is preceded in death by her mother, Sharon Webster, who she loved and missed so much. Our guardian angels, we know they rest in peace together now.
A Celebration of Kami’s life will be held on April 17, 2021, as an open house, between 1:00-2:30 pm at Barnes Park in Kaysville, Pavilion 2. Please dress casual, and if you’d like to wear your favorite professional or collegiate sportswear we welcome that as well.
She will always be in our memories representing Weber State University (where her daughters attended school), University of Utah, Texas Tech, Boston Red Sox, and the Green Bay Packers.
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