January 16, 2022

Christine C. Palmer

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Christine C. Palmer

1930-2019

Christine Clement Palmer, 89, of Camden, went to be with Jesus on Monday, Sept. 30, at her residence in Camden, surrounded by her family and friends. Funeral Services will be held Thursday, Oct. 3, at 1 p.m., at the Oakdale Funeral Home Chapel with Troy Redman officiating. Burial will follow at McRae’s Chapel Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Mrs. Palmer was born on August 29, 1930, in Big Sandy, to the late John N. Clement and Berta M. Warmack Clement. She was a homemaker and member of the Church of God of Prophecy in Camden. Christine’s love for her family and friends came second only to her love for Jesus Christ. She enjoyed spending time in her flower and vegetable gardens and would selflessly share goods from both with all.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Eugene E. Palmer; brothers Jackie Clement and Jimmy Clement.

She is survived by three daughters, Ann Palmer, Debra (Dwayne) Douglas, and Joan Palmer, and a son, Mark (Jackie) Palmer, all of Camden; seven grandchildren, Bethany (Casey) Smith, Christina Forrest, Dianna (Lee) Douglas, Katy (Trevor) Busby, Kyle (Savannah) Palmer, Hunter Palmer, and Ethan Lavelle, 10 great-grandchildren, Payton (Jimmy) Kenniston, Elizabeth Hollingsworth, Markus Franklin, Greyson (Montana) Franklin, Colton Smith, Weston Palmer, Klay Palmer, Douglas Trace Busby, Clara Gene Busby, and Delta Busby, seven great-great-grandchildren, Konner Kenniston, Kole Kenniston, Gavin Duffie, Jeremiah Franklin, Lucas Franklin, Knox Franklin, and Nova Franklin, a sister, Anita Collins, sister-in-laws, Eunice Clement, Donnis Clement, and a brother-in-law, Earl Davis.

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