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Marjorie Jean Cameron February 28, 1940 - October 1, 2020

Our beautiful Mom, Nana, Margie passed peacefully at home with family by her side on October 1, 2020. Family was Mom’s top priority. She is survived by her husband of 47 years, Bryan Freeman; two children, Beth McGowan (Jim); Heather Horwood (Andre) ; three grandchildren, Aimee, Amber and Alex and their families, including six amazing great-grandchildren; two brothers; and many wonderful friends.

Born of Scottish immigrants, Alexander and Isabella Crooks, and raised in Chicago, IL, Mom attended Nash Elementary and Austin High School and was active in her church, enjoying summers at Camp Awana.  She moved to California in 1967. The southwest became her home for most of her adult life, where she began her teaching career in Los Angeles, taught in a small town on an Indian reservation in Parker, Arizona, and retired from teaching in Las Vegas, impacting some 10,000 students along the way. Her final six years were in Boise, ID with all her descendents.

Mom was ceaselessly full of life, filling her life with learning, teaching, gardening, birds, nature, travel, history, music, books, natural living, and connecting with people. Often ahead of her time, she set her own style, at times defying societal norms, while always remaining well-grounded.  Later in life, she became deeply connected to her spiritual roots. She so enjoyed being surrounded by loved ones, which energized her and lifted her spirits. She made friends easily, and people everywhere were touched by her genuine interest, warm heart and big, beautiful smile.

Mom taught us all to appreciate family and her many diverse interests. She found delight in everyday occurrences and had an insatiable curiosity. Fully engaged in life, she was an inspiring and selfless person who touched us deeply and gave us more love than we will ever know and countless precious memories.

The family would especially like to thank MSTI for the kindness and care they provided. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that a donation be made in memory of Marjorie in support of The Clearity Foundation http://bit.ly/MarjorieCameronTribute, or the World Center for Birds of Prey https://peregrinefund.org/donate.

A celebration of life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, October 10 at Bridgepoint Church, 2530 S. Broadway Ave.  A livestream of the service can be viewed at Bridgepoint Church Boise on YouTube or Facebook Live.

 

A celebration of life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, October 10 at Bridgepoint Church, 2530 S. Broadway Ave.  A livestream of the service can be viewed at Bridgepoint Church Boise on YouTube or Facebook Live.

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    Betty J Driebergen says

    Marjorie was a delight and one of the most caring and giving person I have ever met..I will always think of her when I water the plants she so graciously gave me starts for…My love and sincere condolances to the family….

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    Geri Carbone says

    Dear Heather, I’m so sorry about your mothers passing. May good memories of her comfort you.
    Geri Carbone

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    Kristi Preston says

    Marjorie was such a warm and kind woman. She has touched many peoples lives in so many positive ways. Her presence will be missed but the memories of her beautiful smile and gentle way will continue to inspire us every day to be better than we are. My deep condolences to Brian, Beth, and Heather and all of her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She will be missed.

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