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In Memory

Olan Wayne Camp

MSG Olan Wayne Camp, U.S. Army (Ret.)
September 15, 1943 - April 3, 2018

Olan Wayne Camp, 74, passed away at his residence on Tuesday, April 3, 2018.

Born on September 15, 1943 in Albertville, Alabama, Olan was the son of the late Olan Avery and Mary Ruby Fuller Camp. He proudly served his country in the United States Army as a military policeman and retired with the rank of Master Sergeant. Following his military career, Olan worked with Alyeska pipe line in Alaska. He loved riding motorcycles, music, and was a true patriot who was passionate about the military and the U.S. flag. Olan will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded him in death by his daughter, Tammy Camp; and siblings, Terry Lee Camp and Wendall Royal.

His memory will forever be treasured by his loving wife, Tommie Lynn Camp of Kathleen; daughters, Inge Deanne Camp of Columbus, Georgia and Courtney Lynn Camp of Portland, Oregon; five grandchildren; brothers, Jimmy T. Camp (Kathy) of Alabama, Donald M. Camp (Willogene) of Bonaire, and Tony Royal of Edison, Georgia; and sister-in-law, Becke Camp of Senoia, Georgia.

Visitation will be Sunday, April 15, 2018, from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. at McCullough Funeral Home. A memorial service will immediately follow at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel of McCullough Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully suggests memorial donations be given in memory of Mr. Camp to the American Heart Association, 5962 Zebulon Rd., PMB#359, Macon, GA 31210.

McCullough Funeral Home and Crematory has the privilege of being entrusted with Mr. Camp’s arrangements.

McCullough Funeral Home and Crematory

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04/30/18 03:18 PM #1    

Holly Schoenborn

I met Wayne when I first arrived at PS06 in 1983. I was working as a technician and Wayne was a security guard. Back then PS 06 was a small close knit family and I got to know Wayne. Wayne looked like a real tough guy but in reality he was a teddy bear and a true gentleman. As Sue Marks would say, " He was a keeper."  As our careers took different paths and we would occasionally run into each other and it was like we'd never left PS 06.  Around 1999, while I was working in ECP, Wayne was Security Sargeant, we got to work together doing an ECP investigation  (which I am still not allowed to talk about). During this investigation we spent a lot of windshield time and did a lot of talking. We got to know each other better and I discovered what a great sense of humor Wayne had.  I consider him a friend. I was heart broken when I hear he had suddenly died. We have lost another "keeper". RIP my friend.

10/25/18 10:18 AM #2    

Kenneth Winkles


I will tell you what I know about SFC Olan Wayne Camp.

He was my friend and one of the finest men I have ever met. He and I, played music together on Ft Greely and Delta Junction and he could play and sing.  He was also a great NCO and leader.

I did not know about his passing until I joined the website. I am so sorry about this, may the Lord Jesus bless the family. If you need to get in touch with me my home is in Columbus Ga.

I would like to contact his daughter that the website says she is in Columbus to. I would like my wife and I to check on them to see if they are all right.

I was SGT Kenneth Winkles:  Military Police FT Greely Alaska.

Now retired 27 years law enforcement and a 100% disabled Veteran

I was drafted in 1969 at 19 teen.

Now a MAN of God The father, The Son Jesus, and The Holy Spirit

My website is                                  http://www.numberonemusic.com/kenrondellwinkles
N1M Short URL: http://n1m.co/kenrondellwinkles

01/01/19 11:06 AM #3    

Kenneth Winkles

N1M Short URL: http://n1m.co/kenrondellwinkles

We played togather at Ft Greely. Then I went on to form a band and then The Lord Jesus got me and now I play for Him.


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