Obsequies of Miss Camille Larenza Saxon, Trinity C.M.E. Church, Augusta, Georgia, Wednesday, June 5, 1974, 4:30 p.m., officiating, Rev. L.R. Neal and Rev. J.E. Robinson

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TRINITY C.M.E. CHURCH X Augusta, Georgia
Wednesday, June 5, 1974 - 4:30 P.M.
Officiating REV. L. R. NEAL and REV. J. E. ROBINSON

Miss Camilla Larenza Saxon departed this life Sunday, ^i lune 2, 1974 at a local hospital after an extended illness.
A native of Blackville, S.C. she was the daughter of the late Maggie Saxon Floyd and Lorenza Saxon and was the niece of the late Silas X. Floyd.
She graduated from Haines Normal and Hampton Insti tute where she specialized in Home Economics. After gradua tion she taught Home Economics at Haines School leaving Haines to go to the Public School System, where she taught Home Economics until it was discontinued in the elementary svstem. She taught at the Old Nellieville School and was trans ferred to Silas X. Floyd where she designed and made Ihe beautiful costumes for all plays and May Days.
Later she taught Second Grade where she taught until she retired.
Camille was a member of Trinity Church which she loved and served faithfully, a worker and officer in the Senior Auxiliary.
Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Ruth Marcenborough; one brother, Mr. Charles J. Floyd, Jr.; three nephews, Mr. Wilbur Floyd, Mr. Charles M. Floyd, Jr., Mr. Danford Lawrence; one niece, Mrs. Velma J. Lawrence; one sister-in-law, Mrs. Ardelle Floyd; cousins, Mrs. Anna Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Caesar Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Wille Trottie, Miss Lawahnna Trottie, Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Jones, two godchildren, Mr. James Carter !ll and Mrs. Barbara Pickett.
Like a ship thats left its Mooring And sails bravely out to sea,
So Someone Dear has sailed away In calm serenity.
But theres promise of greater joy Than Earth could have in store
For God has planned a richer life Beyond the Unseen Shore.

PROCESSIONAL: "In the hour of trial" .......... Page 274 HYMN: "O Thou in whose presence my soul takes delight"
SCRIPTURE .......................... Rev. j. E. Robinson PRAYER READING: "Thanatopesis" ............... Mr. M. M. Scott SOLO: "Amazing Grace" ........... Mrs. Emmalou Starks
EULOGY ................................ Rev. L. R. Neal
RECESSIONAL ........................... "Going Home"

Dedicated teachers, never, never die! They live in their students, thats why! They were potters who moulded human clay, While teaching boys and girls day by day. They are absent in body, but in spirit near. Yes, their spirits of devotion are still here! They lived beautiful lives, filled with truth, While performing the task of training youth! Dedicated workers in the teaching field, Cant ever die while their students live! They live in their speech, in voices high, In their thoughts and deeds, that never die! They live in the smiles of students gay, In good behavior both night and day! They are not dead as some have thought; But very much alive in those they taught! They have gone to the Master to get their pay, For teaching our youth in the right way! Yes, Cod called them home at His own will, For a job well done in the teaching field!
Rev. L. R. Neal Pastor of Trinity C.M.E. Church


Dr. Charles Butler Dr. L. K. Reese Dr. I. E. Washington

Y. N. Myers W. M. Lamback

Members of Senior Auxiliary


Isaiah M. Abney James Powell James Walton

W. J. Buchanan John Lee Johnson Tillman, Jr.

The family of the late Miss Camille Larenza Saxon will always remember and be grateful for many expressions of sympathy and the deeds of kindness extended to us during her illness and at her death.
W. H. MAYS, Mortuary Director 1^