Camp, Van S. 95 2/27/1914 8/9/2009 Van S. Camp, beloved husband, father and high-spirited patriarch, passed away Aug. 9, 2009, at age 95. Born to Paul and Emma (Graves) Camp in Spokane, Van graduated from Portland’s Grant High School and then ran the Portland office of IBM, where he met his wife and best friend of 68 years, Dorothy Jean Howe. Founder of Tigard’s Air King Manufacturing, Inc., deacon in Multnomah Presbyterian Church, fixture in Tigard Rotary and the Barnstormer’s Model Flying Club, Van’s attainments in family, community and business were exceeded only by the enjoyment he took in them. Preceded in death by his wife, Van is missed by daughter, Patricia, son-in-law, Bob Atkins, and their children, Eric and Pamela; daughter, Carolyn, son-in-law, Bob Neighbor, and their children, Hope, Patricia and Webster; son, Greg, daughter-in-law, Sarah (Solander) Camp, and their daughters, Heather and Elizabeth; son, David, daughter-in-law, Deanna (Cook) Camp, and their children, Galen and Ruby; plus wonderful staff and friends at Willamette View. Celebrate Van’s rich life and legacy in a memorial service at 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 16, 2009, in Multnomah Presbyterian Church, 7555 S.W. 45th Ave., Portland. For information, phone 503-246-5459 or email email@example.com. Memorial donations to Multnomah Presbyterian Church.