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Lynn DeCamp

Lynn Marie DeCamp

Monday, October 8th, 1956 - Saturday, November 16th, 2019
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Lynn Marie DeCamp (Soderberg), 63, passed away of natural causes on November 16, 2019.
Lynn was born on October 8, 1956, to Ralph A Soderberg and Patricia Loy Soderberg (Borgmann), in Fort Collins, Colorado. She had one older sibling, Mark A Soderberg.

She graduated from Fort Collins High School in 1974. There, she was a pompom girl and sang with the Tower Singers. She was also involved in musical theater and fondly remembered performing in Fiddler on the Roof.

Post high school, she studied at Arapahoe Community College and worked toward a degree in interior design. Later, she took courses to become a court stenographer. Then she did payroll for her father’s company, Soderberg Masonry, in Fort Collins.

Lynn was passionate about art. She spent the summer of 1976 studying abroad at an art school in Vienna, Austria. As she became older, she explored many ways to express her creativity, including cross-stitching, stained-glass window design, scrapbooking, cardmaking, Zentangle, and adult coloring books. She was a truly talented artist who added a personal touch to every piece she worked on, even in her coloring books.

In her younger years she enjoyed skiing and travelling with her parents and brother.
She had two children. Her son Karsten was born in 1980, and daughter Krista followed in 1982. In their early years, Lynn was a single mother and enjoyed playing music, dancing with, and reading to her children.

Lynn married Robert Stanley DeCamp on August 4th, 1990, at Arvada Covenant Church. Robert’s two sons, Robert and Samuel, quickly became part of the family.

She loved her children and grandchildren deeply and enjoyed finding or making personalized gifts for all of them.

Lynn was a devout Christian who attended many churches throughout her life (Faith Bible Chapel in Arvada, Colorado; Arvada Covenant Church; First Baptist Church in Fort Collins; Cornerstone Baptist Church in Twin Falls, ID; and Lighthouse Christian Church in Twin Falls); she was always singularly motivated by loving and worshipping the Lord.

She is survived by her husband, Robert Stanley DeCamp of Windsor, Colorado; children Karsten James Roberts (Catherine; children Porter Freya and August Cole) of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Robert Solomon DeCamp of Anderson, South Carolina; Samuel Timothy DeCamp of San Francisco, California; and Krista Ellen Ford (nee Roberts) of Windsor, Colorado; brother Mark of Fort Collins, Colorado (children Erik Matthew of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Melanie Rose of Longmont, Colorado).

She will be deeply missed by many family members and friends, who all knew her to be sweet, loving, kind-hearted, generous, and funny.

She was preceded in death by her father, Ralph (2005) and mother, Patricia (2016), as well as many dear uncles, aunts, and cousins on both sides of the family.

Lynn’s memorial service will take place at 11 a.m., Thursday, November 21, 2019 at Marks Funeral Chapel, 9293 Eastman Park Dr., Windsor, Colorado,
Donations can be made in her name to: Art from Ashes (www.artfromashes.org), the Arthritis Foundation (www.arthritis.org), Neve Michael (www.friendsofnevemichael.com), or Samaritan’s Purse (www.samaritanspurse.org).

Online condolences may be made at www.marksfuneralservice.com.
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  • Service

    Thursday, November 21st, 2019 | 11:00am
    When
    Thursday, November 21st, 2019 11:00am
    Location
    Marks Funeral Chapel
    Address
    9293 Eastman Park Dr.
    WINDSOR, CO 80550
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Kay Conley Kennedy

Posted at 11:23pm
Lynn and I attended Fort Collins High School and I introduced her to the MYF drama group where we were in Fiddler on the Roof together. Her cousin Elisabeth spent a year with their family when we were juniors and I enjoyed spending time with her. Her brother Mark was also in Fiddler and I liked spending time with him also. After HS I got married and moved to Albuquerque and we lost touch but I still have so many fond memories of Lynn and I pray she will rest in peace.
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Wendy Andreasen

Posted at 10:54pm
I knew Lynn from Lighthouse Christian Fellowship in Twin Falls and we attended Griefshare together. She was so thoughtful, kind, and very sweet. I rejoice knowing we will see her again and she lives, just not here. She has arrived at her home of all homes with her Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ. My heart goes out to you, Robert and the family. Praying for you all!
Your sister in Christ, Wendy Andreasen
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Linda Leydens Pixley

Posted at 08:09am
Words are hard to find to express how much you will be missed! You have been a lifelong friend, my rainy day, sunny day friend! Rest In Peace Lynn!
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Jarrett Hall

Posted at 12:01am
You were a second mom to me growing up, I spent almost as much time in your house as I did my own. Thank you for your graciousness toward me as a young dumb kid. I’m so grateful for the friendship I still have with Karsten to this day & I am grateful for the peace you now have. I’m praying for peace for your family now.

Tracy Hodges

Posted at 11:23pm
I know you are with Jesus now and in no more pain, and that makes me happy so for you Lynn! These past few days, I’ve been remembering what a wonderful friend/mentor you were to me., and all of our special times we spent together! I miss you already my beautiful friend! Continued prayers for your precious family! ❤️
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