Camille Woodbury Halliday passed away peacefully in her sleep March 2, 1995, in Salt Lake City, Utah at the age of 91, of causes incident to age.

Our beloved Camille was born April 16, 1903, at home in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Thomas Lambert Woodbury and Martha Maude Bowring Woodbury. Married H. Hartland Halliday June 11, 1923, in the Salt Lake Temple.An accomplished musician, she formed the Woodbury Orchestra with her two sisters and brother, playing for weddings, teas and dances. They played in most LDS wards in the valley with her father talking on "The Value of Music in the Home". She was active in all LDS Church organizations, both Ward and Stake, and was a member of the Sunday School General Board from 1952 to 1967. A member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and served for seven years as Captain of Camp 1. She was a Charter Member of Alpha Delta Kappa, International Honorary Teachers Sorority and a member of the Child Conservation League of America.

Camille was a teacher in the Salt Lake City School District for 26 years, 24 of which were at Columbus Elementary. In 1968, the year of her retirement, she was honored by the Kiwanis Club as Teacher of the Month. The accompanying picture is Camille as she was known to her students. She will always be loved and remembered for her devotion and love for her family.

Survived by three sons, Herbert H. (Gloria), Paul M. (Rosie), Tom W. (Norma), and one daughter, Ann H. Turner (Barney), of Salt Lake City; 23 grandchildren, 53 great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter. Preceded in death by husband, H. Hartland Halliday, son Allan Dean and wife, Kay, and sisters, Elizabeth, Dollie Barlow, Mary Johnson, brother, T. Bowring "By" Woodbury and a grandson, Todd Halliday.

Funeral services will be Monday, March 6, 1995, 12 noon at 1st LDS Ward, 760 East 700 So. Friends may call at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 East So. Temple, Sunday evening March 5, from 6-8 p.m. and Monday one hour prior to services. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.

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