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In Memory

Cami Hinde (Owsley)

Cami Hinde (Owsley)

Camille Cavalier (Hinde) Owsley     1946 - 2014

Cami Owsley passed away peacefully at home on April 3, 2014 surrounded by her family and friends.  She was a Seattle native and graduate of the University of Washington.

Cami relocated to Scottsdale, Arizona in January of 1980 with her three children to pursue a career in Interior Design and enjoy a lifestyle filled with sunshine and possibilities. With hard work she led a design team and went on to become an Executive Vice President with Robson Communities. She founded her own interior design firm in Phoenix and enjoyed and thrived by imagining, creating and installing amazing spaces and bringing them to life for her clients and providing them with years of enjoyment.   

Cami is survived by her three children Lisa, Robb and Megan, her four grandchildren Chaz, Cade, Alex and Zach, and her beloved bulldog Hank. She possessed an adventurous spirit; enjoyed traveling the world and meeting new friends at every turn.  She loved to travel, read, cook, and create.  She loved children and believed strongly in education.  She loved the outdoors and enjoyed skiing, boating, the beach and outdoor adventures.  She had a passion for wildlife and loved animals.  Some of her favorite places included New York City, San Diego Beaches, Napa Valley, Aspen Mountain, Hawaii, Seattle and her favorite destinations in Europe.

Cami was wonderful at extracting the best from life to get the most from every day and enjoy her friendships and family.  She would say often “This world is an apple; you have to take a big bite!” Cami was an amazing friend, guiding parent and loving grandmother.  She brought so much to this world and will be missed very much every day.

Published in The Arizona Republic from Apr. 13 to Apr. 23, 2014

 
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02/05/17 12:32 PM #1    

Jim Passi

last time i saw her was at 40 th. reunion we talked for a bit i guess i miss her she was my friend she sat behind me in history she was so nice we all miss her ...


10/05/17 08:46 AM #2    

Jim Passi

she looked almost the same at the40th as in hi school


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