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Camille Elizabeth Barton Hugill

01/05/1989 - 09/14/2020
Visitation Date: 09/22/2020
Visitation Time: 6-8 PM
Visitation Location: Bunker's Garden Chapel, 33 N. Centennial Way, Mesa, AZ 85201
Interment: San Tan Memorial Gardens

Camille Elizabeth Barton Hugill passed away on September 14, 2020 in Gilbert, Arizona.   Born in Murray, Utah on January 5, 1989, she was the baby of the family as the youngest of five siblings.   She was the adorable, cute, spoiled centerpiece of the family, endlessly entertaining her siblings, parents and grandparents with her funny smiles and quirky behavior, fascination with bugs and dogs, and her dance recitals.   She followed her parents to Encinitas, California where she graduated from Sunset High School and embarked on a multifaceted life of a variety of jobs and educational opportunities.

She studied psychology at Arizona State University, certified as a CNA, and most recently was thrilled to embark on a new path towards a career in mortuary science at Chandler-Gilbert Community College.   She served the patients at Banner Baywood Medical Center during a time of great stress during the COVID-19 pandemic, bravely facing the onslaught of disease and death with compassion, at no small risk to herself, herself becoming ill at one point.  She had a successful career in retail sales at Buffalo Exchange and My Sister’s Closet, where she was recognized for her skills and promoted to management. She recently started working at Traditional Ink, being very familiar with the tattoo business, having a radiant tapestry of tattoos over her well-curated body.

Every time she started a new enterprise she was quick to make friends and impress people with her open mind, vivaciousness, warmth, free spirit, and ability to manage and talk with all types of people.  She was not a material person and invested her passion in her work, family, and her meticulous, kaleidoscopic appearance, with her own unique sense of fashion.  Though her life and goals were cut short, she lived fully and was able to travel with family and experience the best of an intensely lived life as a sensitive and curious soul.

Among her many roles as a sister, friend, wife, and daughter, she assumed the role of mother in 2017 with the birth of her son Charles (Chuck) Conan Hugill, a role she cherished.   Her life was changed by motherhood, which brought out a new side of her.  She cared for and nurtured her son with many walks in the park, exploring backyard bugs and creatures, having water balloon fights, watching Spiderman movies, and swimming.  Hearing Chuck’s laughter and being called “Momma” brought her special joy.  She just recently joyfully reunited with her daughter Amber.

She is preceded in death by her father Richard G. Barton, Jr. (1952-2018) who loved and protected her fiercely through turbulent times and with whom she is now lovingly reunited.  She is survived by her son Chuck Hugill, daughter Amber Randall, Chuck’s father Thomas Hugill, mother Kathleen W. Barton (for whom she was the primary caregiver), siblings Brandon, Tyler (Rochelle), Megan, and Joshua (Dianna), many nieces and nephews, and countless friends and extended family who adored her.   She was quickly well-liked by nearly everyone she encountered and will be missed intensely by all.

A viewing for the public will be held at Bunker’s Garden Chapel Funeral Home in Mesa, Arizona on September 22nd from 6-8pm.   According to public health guidelines, a small private service by invitation only will be held at Bunker Family Funeral Home on September 23rd followed by burial next to her father in San Tan Memorial Gardens in Queen Creek, AZ.   For those that cannot attend, the service will be recorded and access will be provided on request from the family.


  • Bruce Jack & Joyce Edwards Family

    We love the Barton family so much and had a special spot in our heart for Camille. She had the most beautiful eyes and face and was always willing to give a friendly loving smile when we saw her. She will surely be missed. We wish we could be with you, at this time, but do to events of the year we are not able to travel there. Ours hearts and prayers will be with you all and know our thoughts are with your family always.
    Love, Bruce & Joyce

  • I worked with Camille for a good time at Banner Baywood and she was such an amazing person. This death is heartbreaking only knowing the fact that I saw her at work not that long ago. I hope she’s resting well. My deepest condolences

  • Camille and I worked at Banner. She was definitely a friend! I was excited to hear about her new journey. Camille fly high and keep that smile on your face. Love you! ❤️

  • I was trained by Camille when I first started working at Banner Baywood, I always noticed how she would teach me and others with love and care and, treat patients like her own … my most sincere condolences to her family and kids 🙏🏻❤️

  • I worked as a nurse alongside Camille at Banner & truly enjoyed working with her. I recall performing the delicate job of post-Mortem care with her and being impressed with her growing knowledge and respect for the deceased. I send the upmost respect & love as she has passed from this life and pray her spirit will know and feel of my gratitude for her brief but memorable part in my life.

  • I am so sad to hear of Camille’s passing. We worked together at Baywood. I will always remember her as kind, compassionate, down to earth and easy to talk to. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  • One of the first friends I met when I moved to the US bonded by the same dry sense of humour and intolerance for idiots! Going to miss ur face!

  • Camille and I were good friends who worked along side one another at Baywood hospital. I have so many great memories of her, from simple complains about work to exciting announcements regarding her pursuit of a career in mortuary science. I always looked forward to hearing from her, she was such a vibrant person. She will be truly missed. Rest in paradise my friend!

  • I only knew Camille online, but she was my friend. We talked about our mutual passions quite often. I’ve been thinking of her a lot these past few days. My sincere condolences to Camille’s family.

  • Knowing her for almost 10 years, we recently became extremely close in the past year and half. Talking almost daily about things that we loved, things that bothered us, and exchanging secrets. Her passing was unexpected and I’ll never forget the first and last time we hung out at a target the night of Sunday September 13th, before she went home after dropping me off and telling me she was going to go to sleep close to midnight that night. I feel so much for her family and others that were close to her.

  • I worked along side Camille when I first started at Banner Baywood. She was such a sweet person and had an amazing soul! Fly high Camille.. my deepest condolences to the family ❤️

  • I worked alongside Camille at Banner, it was a true pleasure to be her friend and coworker. I remember liking her instantly. Whether it involved sending each other pictures of our new tattoos or complaining about work, she always made it a good time. She was so passionate and fun, and so excited about her future. She will be missed terribly, but her memory will be celebrated.

  • Camille and I worked at my sisters closet with one another for many years. She was such an eclectic beautiful and vibrant soul. I am saddened to hear this news of her passing but know she is in a better place. To her family my biggest condolences and my prayers are being sent to all of you.

  • I worked alongside Camille at Banner. This news is heartbreaking.. she was always so genuine, so compassionate and so willing to help patients. I always enjoyed having her as my CNA, because I knew patients were well taken care of. She had a radiant light and a uniquely beautiful personality. My deepest condolences for the family. Fly high, Camille ❤️

  • The little that I knew Camille made me realize why she was so important to people around her. Camille was one of a kind with nothing but good intentions. Camille sure be missed. My deepest condolences to family and friends.

  • I remember she was the manager at my sisters closet . Although I didn’t know her well , she always treated me with kindness. I randomly asked about her a couple of days ago and heard about the sad news . My condolences to her family and her children . May her soul rest in peace and comfort her loved ones . 💔

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