Camie Pack Larsen, 36 year old wife and mother, passed away on September 19, 2020 in Cedar Hills, Utah. Camie left us after a short but very difficult battle with Cancer. She passed away peacefully at home with family nearby.

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Camie was born on April 10, 1984 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Steven and Cindee Pack. Camie lived there until she was 5 years old. She then moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan which is probably where she learned to love the beach and dislike snow. At age 8 Camie moved with her family to Alpine, Utah where she spent the remainder of her youth.

Camie was a dedicated student and excelled in academics and dance. Camie also played the piano and spent many hours on her white baby grand. She danced at Lone Peak High School and then went on to receive a minor in Modern Dance from Brigham Young University. She also studied and received her Bachelor's degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology from BYU in 2006. She then attended the University of Utah and received her Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology in 2008. She was very passionate about her profession as a Speech Language Pathologist and helped countless individuals.

Camie married her sweetheart and love of her life, Richard Larsen, on July 14, 2004 in the Salt Lake Temple. She always referred to Richard as “my handsome husband.” Camie’s first priority was always her family. She put all her efforts into creating a home that was full of love, faith and joy.

Camie was a very valiant and faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She served in many positions including Relief Society, Young Womens, Primary and teaching Sunday School.

After spending the first 7 years of their marriage in Utah, Camie and her husband moved across the country to Jacksonville, Florida. They later moved to Virginia Beach, Virginia which was Camie’s adopted southern home. Camie made countless good friends in Virginia and felt she had found her “happy place.” She loved the many trees, the weather and most of all the beach.

Camie is survived by her husband, Richard. Her three children Daxton (11), Dalton (7) and Everlie (4). She is also survived by her mother, Cindee A. Pack and her brothers, Tyler (Ali) Pack and Colton (Shannon) Pack. She is preceded in death by her father, Steven R. Pack.

The following plans have been made for Camie’s memorial services:

Wednesday, September 23rd from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, a viewing will be held at Anderson and Sons Lone Peak Mortuary, 6141 W 1100 N, Highland, UT 84003. Visitors attending the Wednesday viewing can register at using the SignUp Genius button on the bottom of her obituary page.

Thursday, September 24th from 9:40 -10:40 am, a second viewing will be held at the chapel at 10455 North Ironwood Drive, Cedar Hills, Utah, 84062.

The funeral service will follow Thursday’s viewing at 11:00 am. The funeral service will also be broadcast live for those who are unable to attend. The funeral broadcast can be found at

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Camie was extremely grateful for the generous acts of kindness and service that she received from her many friends and family. Camie was an angel on earth. Families are Forever.



Wednesday, Sep. 23, 2020 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Anderson & Sons Lone Peak Chapel
6141 West 11000 North
Highland, UT 84003


Thursday, Sep. 24, 2020 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Cedar Hills 11th Ward
10455 North Ironwood Drive
Cedar Hills, UT 84003

Funeral Service

Thursday, Sep. 24, 2020 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Cedar Hills 11th Ward
10455 North Ironwood Drive
Cedar Hills, UT 84062

Services Handled By

Anderson & Sons Mortuary - Lone Peak Chapel
6141 West 11000 North
Highland, UT

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Sending you all of the love and prayers possible to your family and kids.

Kimber Russell , Meridian, ID, US Sep 24, 2020

While I did not get to spend much time with Camie she was always a friendly face at the Larsen family get togethers. She was always kind and was one of the few relatives that never pressured me about getting married or my dating life. She will be greatly missed. My prayers go out to my wonderful cousin Richard, his children and the rest of Camie's family.

Miles Romney , Murray, UT, US Sep 24, 2020

Cami’s positive outlook and optimism was inspiring to me as one who heard of it second hand. How kind our Father in Heaven is to shorten her suffering but surrounded by angels in her battle.

With empathy,

Karen Spampinato (aunt of one of Cami’s best friend’s Jessica Andreasen)

Karen Spampinato , Goodyear, AZ, US Sep 23, 2020

Words cannot adequately express the sorrow and loss that is felt when someone so vibrant and good leaves this world so young. We pray that God will be with your family and may you look for ways to honor her memory and speak of her often.

Katrina Crosby , Milton, GA, US Sep 23, 2020

Praying for you and the kids.

Richie, Stacey, Gracie, and Callie

Richie Clark , Hampton, VA, US Sep 23, 2020

My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. May God give you the peace that you seek

Marvin Campbell , Warner Robins, GA, US Sep 22, 2020

No words can express how deeply sorry I am for your loss. May memories of her smiles, laughter, and love give strength and comfort to all her family and friends.

Koneta Hirst , Colorado Springs, CO, US Sep 22, 2020