Ronald Kennie Camp, born, Jan. 23, 1945, died peacefully at home on Oct. 29.
As a lifelong resident of the Fairplay Community in Douglas County, he is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Margaret Ann Daniell Camp, married June 1, 1963. Ronald and Ann grew up in the Douglas County School System and went together consistently and exclusively from the second grade through graduation. Their love of each other and family is inspirational to all who know them.
Ronald worked for the Ford Motor Company in Hapeville for 40 years and retired eight years ago. Ronald was an avid golfer, traveler and leader. Ronald served as a Deacon and was a Founding Member of Faith Baptist Church in Douglas County. “Keep the Lord first in everything you do” is the testimony always found on Brother Ronald’s heart. Brother Ronald was preceded in death by his father, Rev. Nathan Kennie Camp.
Ronald was a dedicated family man who delighted in his children, grandchildren and his great granddaughter. His love for God and the Church will fill the hearts of Christians for years to come. Ronald is survived by his two daughters, Rhonda Ann Baldwin and Elizabeth Camp Farris, their children Laura Stamps and Ashley Baldwin; and Adrianne Farris, Andrew Farris and Anna Elizabeth Farris; and great granddaughter Emma Stamps. Ronald loved each of his son-in-laws and role modeled family patriarch with love to Brad Baldwin, Reverend David Farris, and Chris Stamps. Ronald is also survived by his mother, Doris Camp Brown, stepfather, John Brown and his two brothers and sister-in-law, Donald and Jewell Camp and Stanley Camp. Ronald was a Master Mason at Flint Hill Masonic Lodge for over 40 years. His legacies of Church devotion, love of family, loyalty and strong willed leadership have shaped the lives of everyone he touched. Brother Ronald will be dearly missed.
Funeral Service was held on Oct. 31, at Faith Baptist Church with Preacher Bobby Littleton officiating. Interment followed in the Faith Baptist Church Cemetery with Masonic Rites. Serving as Pallbearers were David Farris, Andrew Farris, Jacob Cofer, Brad Baldwin, Chris Stamps and Ben Camp.
You may share your thoughts and memories in the online guestbook at www.hightowersmemorial.com.
Arrangements are entrusted to Hightower’s Memorial Chapel and Cremation.