A private service will be held for Camille Phillips, 85, of Ada.
Born Jan. 28, 1932, to Wirtie Clyde Blevins and Elsie Mae Tripp Blevins, Camille grew up in Allen and moved to Ada after graduating from high school. She married Foy Phillips on Oct. 9, 1952, and he predeceased her in April 2005.
She was a telephone operator for the phone company in Ada for several years and worked for Johnson's Draperies in Ada. After moving to Harrah, she was a teacher's aide in the handicapped class, working at Crooked Oak School in Midwest City for a few years and later at Harrah School.She retired after many years of service.
She was a member of the Red Rose Garden Club in Harrah for six years, serving as president one year. She was a member of Southwest Church of Christ.
In addition to her husband, she was predeceased by her brother, Clyde Blevins, and her sisters, Frances Ringer, Mary Nell Woolley and Nora Tullous.
She is survived by her son, Dale Phillips, McLoud; daughter, Vicki Kelley and husband, Gary, Ada; grandchildren, Lacy Baker, Ada, Casey Kelley and wife, Renee, Ada, and Wade Phillips and Reed Phillips, McLoud; great-grandchildren, Shannon Schumacher and husband, Sheridan, Ada, and Jacob Baker, Ada; great-great-grandchild, Sora Schumacher, Ada; sisters, Josephine Merriman, Margaret McKinzie, Myrtle Brunt and Betty Pfaff; her brother, Kenneth Blevins; as well as many nieces and nephews.
Published on November 1, 2017