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04/24/1958 — 09/21/2023
From Kennewick, WA | Born in Tacoma, WA
Celebration of Life
Billi Cameron (born Billene Eva Cameron) passed away in the early hours of September 21st after complications from surgery at Kadlec Medical Center. Billi was born on April 24th, 1958 in Tacoma, WA. She was a devoted wife, mother, sister, grandmother, and aunt, as well as an all-around wonderful human being. She was known to many simply as “Momma B”. In her teenage years and twenties, she resided in the Yakima area and graduated from Highland High School in Cowiche, WA, in 1976.
She met her husband Dwayne “Woody” Woodard while working at Whistlin’ Jack Lodge in Naches, in 1987. She was a server, and he was her secret admirer. Shortly after Billi gave birth to her three children, the two relocated to Tri-Cities in 1993, where in addition to being a super-mom, she managed multiple restaurants with Woody. During this time, she impacted countless lives through her genuine warmth and kindness. She was an active volunteer in her community including the Washington State Special Olympics organization among many others. She spent her life caring for others and left behind a legacy of love.
Billi is survived by her husband, Dwayne Woodard; children, Jordan Woodard, Hope Woodard, Jackson Woodard; stepchildren Alexis Hutchinson, and DawnDee Woodard; grandson, Jacks Woodard; sisters, Pam Stonecipher, Barbara Cameron-Brenan, Paula Cameron-Brooks, Sharon Alcade, Debi Cameron, and Annie Radosevich; and numerous nieces and nephews including Taya and Tiana Stonecipher among others. She was preceded in death by her parents, William Davis Cameron, and Leona Irene Cameron.
In lieu of flowers (she preferred flowers in the ground and not in a vase as she would so often remind everyone) donations can be made to the family. As she loved animals, donations will be distributed to local animal rescue organizations in Washington State. For more information, please contact the family at email@example.com.
Im so glad God put you in my life 27 years ago. I hope you knew how grateful I was. You were the best human ever. I miss you very much. When you see my mom, give her a hug k. Love you so much.
I love you Mama B. You truly lived up to that nickname. Always loving, caring and lending an open ear and heart.
Billi will be so missed by her family and friends. What a fun life loving person.
Woody and family: Billie was a wonderful lady . She is going to be missed, Rest in peace Billie