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Hi I'm Camille

I'm a mom of 5 boys. I'm a grandma. I'm an elementary school nurse. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Southern California. After getting married, I moved to Colorado. I love being able to experience all the seasons here. I am a pediatric nurse, and have spent the last 13 years working in a K-8 school of 1100+ students. I love being able to work with and teach all the kids. I am a mom of 5 boys. I currently have 2 wonderful daughters in law and 3 beautiful grandchildren. I love being a wife, a mom and a grandma! I love to sing! I try to take advantage of any opportunity I have to sing. I am finally taking voice lessons, which has been a dream of mine for a very long time. I am an avid soccer fan. My boys have played for many years and I am currently a huge Colorado Rapids fan.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a Mormon family. It's all I've ever known. I have always loved and treasured my membership in the Mormon church. I love having a living prophet on the earth guiding and directing His church. I love my family and the emphasis the church places on family, families of all shapes and sizes. I love knowing that I am a literal child of a Heavenly Father who loves me and is concerned for my well being and wants me to return to HIm. I love and appreciated the atonement of my elder brother, Jesus Christ, who made it possible to return to my Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

Being a Mormon is a lifestyle, not just a Sunday religion. We have an amazing womens organization in the church. I currently serve on a committee planning the events for this organization. We try to have meetings and activities to meet the needs and wants of all the women in our congregation. We have everything from beginning sewing and cooking classes, to recipe exchanges, to emergency preparedness and uplifting spiritual classes and service projects. We visit each other at least once a month to check on the welfare of our sisters. I love knowing that I have a church family since much of my family is far away.