Camille J. “Cam” Daneault Beetz, passed peacefully surrounded by family after a lengthy illness. She was the youngest daughter of Henry & Elise (Jutras) Daneault, lovingly known by them as Minou.
Camille is predeceased by her husband of over 50 years, Edmund B. Beetz and her sweet baby great granddaughter, Avé Hope Dugas.
Camille is survived by her daughters, Charlene Beetz, Susan Boissonneault and spouse Ronald; her grandchildren: Ross Boissonneault, Nathan Cohen and his wife Krysten, Sabrina Dugas and her husband Ross, Chantal Cote, Dr. Alison Loranger and her fiancé Jordan Levesque, and Jenna Lynch and her husband Will; 4 great grandchildren: Camden, Lilah, Molly, and Liv; her dear niece, Marilyn Loranger, and several other nieces and nephews, several great-nieces and nephews, her sister, Muriel Leblanc, and her beloved cat, Asa.
Camille attended St. Georges School in her youth and worked in the Banking and Retail Industry until she retired. She then became a committed volunteer in the gift shop at CMC Hospital. Her vivacious and friendly personality, and infectious laugh made her stand out as memorable. She was a natural at sales and appreciated by co-workers and customers alike.
Retiring did not stop her love of retail! Some of her interests included shopping, spending time with her family, laughing, ice skating, and going to the movies, but Camille’s passion for art took her on a European adventure. There she studied up on her love of perfumes, amazing cuisine, the French language, and even visit the home of Oscar-Claude Monet!
Camille had many other interests and talents. She loved music, was an amazing dance partner, and a “show-stopper” at many weddings. She was a wonderful seamstress and her family benefited from her many talents of creating, taking in items, and mending. She also had a soft spot for animals and several pets were lucky enough to be adopted into her loving home. She was proud and stylish and made it a point to take care of her family, her home, and herself. She always had her hair styled, makeup on, and nails done. Her family often boasted of her being a “hot ticket”.
Camille was a dedicated and loving mother first and foremost and she especially loved her role as “Grandma Beetz” to her grandchildren and especially her great grandchildren! Camille’s presence is, and will be sorely missed as an affectionate, generous, and supportive matriarch. She was truly a beautiful person both inside and out.
Church services for Camille will be announced at a later date.
J.N. Boufford & Sons is in charge of arrangements.