Cami Johanna White was born on May 19, 1981, precious daughter of Darell Lynn Bowman and Teresa Taysom Bowman. She passed from this mortal world on March 9, 2023.
Cami was a delightful little one with a passion for life, fun, and people. She was truly “no respecter of persons”, befriending and loving everyone. She loved old and young. As a teen she worked with the elderly in a nursing home and worked with teens with special needs in her high school.
She enjoyed soccer and was a talented gymnast. Self-taught for the most part she was the “high flyer” for her competition cheer squad. Light and agile as a young adult, she was a welcome dance partner for swing dancing that had resurged in popularity about 2000.
She supported herself in the mortgage industry until the housing market fell flat. She found work in Atlanta, Georgia as a nanny.
Prior to leaving for Atlanta, she met Wade Andrew White, the man of her dreams. After a long-distance courtship, the couple married November 26, 2005. Bowman Andrew White entered her story about a year later. Bo is the pride, the joy, and the miracle of Cami's life. Sadly, about 7 years later the couple separated and divorced.
As a young wife and mother Cami used her creativity to make beautiful cards and quilts. She had always loved to draw and could do her own machine quilting. Doodling over her quilts with thread, she showed her love by gifting her handwork to family and friends, and sometimes acquaintances.
She suffered ‘many‘ strokes in 2013. While recovering from her strokes she moved in with her parents. She volunteered at the Sr. Center in Kaysville and loved the people who came there for lunch and activities, making many new friends.
She yearned for independence and was able to finally move to her own place in Salt Lake City, a residence for the elderly. Because of her limitations, she was accepted as a resident. She invented a new life and became the driver for many health care appointments and middle of the night emergency hospital visits for her new friends. Everyone knew her and called to her by name and she theirs. She loved to wear pink and was known as the “pink lady”. She was the youngest resident.
She has moved about a bit in the past couple of years staying on and off with her parents. Being a welcome guest as she has, of her own volition, deep-cleaned and tidied the basement area many times.
Many thanks to her special friend, Clyde Stovall, for his watchful care and encouragement. He has helped Cami remember she has great worth.
We also wanted to thank her friend and doctor for over 20 years, Dr. Robert Wallace.
Cami is at peace. She is in the loving arms of her Grandparents and Sister in a better place. Cami is survived by her loving parents, and siblings Darell (Angie) Bowman, Heidi (Steve) Kendall, Bart Bowman, (Ami Bowman), Brandon (Bethany) Bowman, Christopher (Joya Ahanui) Bowman, Spencer (Sara) Bowman, and many nieces and nephews and great-nephews and many, many friends. Cami was preceded in death by her grandparents Taysom and Bowman and her sister, Tristen Bowman.
Funeral services will be held Friday, March 17, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. at Russon Mortuary, 1941 North Main Street, Farmington, Utah. A viewing will be from 12:45 PM to 1:45 PM prior to the service. Interment at Kaysville City Cemetery.