Born On: November 06, 1968

Passed On: August 29, 2020

Richard “Rich” Camburn

Richard “Rich” Allen Camburn, age 51, passed away on August 29, 2020 on northbound US-31 doing what he loved, riding his Harley. Rich was born November 6, 1968 in Grand Haven to Jean Ann Collins and Clare Evan Camburn II.

Rich married his wife, Cassandra Carol Camburn on September 22, 1990 and they had four children who grew up in Blue Lake Township, Michigan.

Rich had worked at Camburn’s Bakery for 10 years, then transitioned to be a drywaller by trade. He was a member of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan. He was known for his green thumb, his essential oils, his quick-witted humor, and his hair.

Rich is survived by his children, Richard Allen (Brittany Marie) Camburn Jr, of Chesapeake Virginia; Zachary David (Jessica Lauren) Camburn, of Loveland, Ohio; Ariel Cassandra (Mason Tyler Maloy) Camburn, of Cocoa, Florida; Alexa Jae (James Richard Ramsey) Camburn, of Twin Lake, Michigan; nine grandchildren, Hailey Ann Camburn, Gabriella Reese Camburn, Siena Pamela Camburn, James Richard Ramsey III, Soloman Fox Maloy, Henry Allen Camburn, Elliott Lane Ramsey, Milo Ezra Maloy, and Minerva Sable Maloy.

Rich was preceded in death by his parents: Jean Ann Lang and Clare Evan Camburn II.

According to his wishes cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life Gathering will be held at his home on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 starting at 6:00 p.m.

ARRANGEMENTS BY SHORELINE MEMORIAL SERVICES-WHITEHALL-231-893-5300

 

 

20 thoughts on “Richard “Rich” Camburn

  1. Laurie Tindall

    I’m so sorry. I don’t know how I survived at at all. Rich, you gave me hope, you showed men should always try to up-lift you, to be a true gentleman. I have survivor’s guilt, every time I’m in pain, I know Rich would’ve tried to take all the pain if he could. I look forward to seeing you sometime again.

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    1. Judy Brown

      From an old biker to the Camburn Family. I was so happy to connect with Richard after moving to Ludington. Was so happy to see how much He loved that bike. As the oldest living Camburn, My heart is broken along with the rest of the Family. On Sat. We texed & as always I told Him Ride safe. Be careful of those 4 wheelers. Will see you later. Rest in peace My Dear
      Love you
      Aunt Judy😍

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  2. Bradley Dault

    I only got to meet you a few times..but you were an awesome guy…seems like yesterday you were hold my new born baby girl..and said ” this bring back so memories” ride high in the sky my friend..god bless you and your family

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  3. Margaret (maggie) Saylor

    Sending love to all the Camburn family through the universe. Rich was my nephew . His father Clare was my brother. We didn’t see you often enough, but you and your father visited a few times. I do remember your beautiful long hair❤

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  4. randy pavlin\camburn

    till wwe ride the other side my life will never be the same you touched my lfe in so many ways weather you realized it or not you my brother made me a better person untiil we ride brother i love ypu

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  5. Crystal

    Sorry we weren’t close, this a different type of hurt. I just seen u about 3-4 weeks ago. Rest easy uncle rich I love u

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  6. Erin Vergani

    Our deepest sympathies for your family. We remember him as a “second# Dad to Taylor. He was a warm and loving man. The Vergani family.

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  7. RuthAnn Jacobsen. (Mail carrier)

    My prayers & sympathy to the Camburn families. Rich was a good man, helpful to others, loved his long beautiful hair. Peace to you Rich.

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  8. Edith Collins

    Our hearts are filled with our loss of you but you live on in the faces of your children and your grandbabies love you forever my stupid brat

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  9. John whipple Jr

    Sry for your family loss n I send my condolences too u an your hole family if any of your family needs anything plz msg me may God bless u an your family

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