Obituary of H. Camille Dement Weybright Rangle
Camille, age 92, died December 29, 2020 at Prestige Living Karcher Estates in Nampa, Idaho. The Rev. Rick Harvey will officiate the service. Arrangements are under the direction of Summers Funeral Home, Meridian, Idaho.
Helen Camille was born July 03, 1928, the last of four children born to James Allen Dement and Helen Ruth Purkhiser Dement in Fairfield, Idaho; she was a fourth generation Idahoan. She was raised in the Boise Valley and in Oregon; she graduated from St. Theresa Academy in Boise, Idaho.
Camille married Robert Glenn Weybright December 28, 1946. Together they reared three children, Kenneth Steven, Theresa (Trees) Camille and Pamela Jean in Boise, Idaho.
Camille was active in the community as a registrar for her voting precinct; leader of the 4-H and Boy Scouts of America programs; Boise Little Theater; Boise Music Week; the Embroidery Guild of America; American Needlepoint Guild and many programs through her church. On May 27, 1973 Bob and Camille recieved the Idaho Stateman Distinguished Citizens award for thier civic involvement. Camille was gifted artiscally and spent many enjoyable hours sewing, completeing fancy embroidery works and knitting; she recieved many "Best of Show" ribbons and awards at the Idaho State Fair for her embroidery work . Many family members and freinds were rewarded by her special efforts.
After the death of her husband, Bob, in 1988, she married William (Bill) C.L Rangle and moved to Eagle, Idaho. Camille and Bill traveled extensively to needlework seminars or vacations.
Camille was proceeded in death by her parents, siblings James Allen Dement Jr., Betty Jayne Joplin and Ruth Allen Pierce. Also, proceeding her are her first spouse, Robert Glenn Weybright and her sons Richard Wayne Weybright and Kenneth Steven Weybright.
Survivors include her husband Bill Rangle. Her daughters and son-in-laws, Pamela (Tim Eld) of Nampa, Idaho and Theresa (Trees) Walker (Charles Davis) of Caldwell, Idaho; eight grandchildren; sixteen great grandchildren; as well as six nieces and nephews.
Per Camille's request no viewing will be conducted. Due to the Co-Vid crisis her funeral will be limited to family, however the funeral service can be view on a link through Summers Funeral Home.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of H. Camille Weybright Rangle, please visit Tribute Store