Mrs. Camellia C. Prentice
03/24/1977 - 09/02/2021
Obituary For Mrs. Camellia C. Prentice
Funeral services for Mrs. Camellia C. Prentice, 44, Tyler are scheduled for 3:00 pm Saturday, September 11, 2021 at Faith Mission Church. Social distancing and face masks are required. Burial will be in St. John Cemetery - Kilgore under the direction of Community Funeral Home of Tyler.
Public viewing will be Friday, September 10, 2021 from 12:00 to 8:00 pm at Community Funeral Home of Tyler Chapel.
Where do I begin and how do I say goodbye? There are way too many beautiful memories when it comes to you and me, girl. For as long as I can remember you were always there. There to offer sound advice even at times when I didn't want to hear it but knew you were right. There to say or do something silly to make me laugh when I wanted to cry or scream. There to calm my apprehension with a kind word or song. There to be a friend. Last time we spoke you assured me that you were happy. We chatted awhile about getting together and singing together again; just about having fun again like we did all through our lives. Through all the roughest of times we stayed strong together. It's going to be most difficult now because I can't see your face or hear your voice over the phone but I know you're still here. You're in my heart. Always. I love you sis.
Whether your meeting and experiencing the fellowship with Camellia C. Prentice in any venue was brief or long-term, it left you with a precious memory. May the family and friends of such a talented and gifted young lady be comforted by those precious memories. Peace, love, and prayers, Bishop Robert and Lady Mary Evans - Bethel Temple of Longview
Dear sweet light being..you songstress were a blessing in times of darkness..and your voice loosened the harness of all our lives ..and made that moment under the sound of your soul and the glimmer of your smile..seem just a little less dark..and sparked hope inside all those that heard..Job well done siSTAR..p.s HooRA
Camille will definitely be missed. Her smile, her beautiful singing voice and laugh could light up a room. Love and miss you!!! #ting
When I first met my favorite cousin we was in the courtyard of the old MLMS in Kilgore, Texas. She asked me two questions. 1. What is your name? 2. What is your grandfather's name? I answered Monica and George Shephard. The next words were; Hi am your cousin Christi and she and I spent ever winter break together and my birthday since school got out around that day. I remember singing and giggling a many of nights. She was the sister I never had and a friend. I will miss you and her beautiful spirit. Love you always and until we meet again.
Sincere sympathy to this sweet young lady's family. Such a humble and geniune person with such a warm and compatience personality. Always kept a smile that made your day. May she RIP. Rev. Raymond & Donna Cross.
I first met Christine at Longview Consolidated Credit Union several years ago. As I got to know her, I saw that she was a sweet and genuine spirit. She was also very open, down to earth and even offered me advice and guidance on different things, and she inspired me as well. I didn't know that she had such an angelic voice until later on, and this added to her beauty as a person. She will definitely be missed and not forgotten. RIP Christine.
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