She was born April 27, 1948 in Boise, Idaho to Claude and Blanche (Cushman) Knox.
She graduated high school in Cheney, Washington and worked as a waitress at the Longhorn Barbecue in Spokane for many years.
Billie and Daryl Camitsch were married in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho in September of 1989 and made their home in Butte.
She loved fishing.
Besides her parents, Billie is preceded in death by her son, Dale Brazell and a grandson, Christopher Brazell.
Survivors include her husband, Daryl Camitsch of Butte, son Troy Brazell and his partner, Mark Mislivec of Maryland, son Larry Paul Miller of Spokane, grandchildren: Dominic Walters, Nathaniel Walters, Abby Allen, Dale Miller and Kylee Miller, step-daughters, Tawnia Camitsch of Missoula, Amy and Tamara and step-son, Michael Camitsch of Butte.
Also surviving are her sisters and brothers-in-law, Anna Marie and Fred Bellamy of Washougal, WA, Paulette and Kenneth Brown of Reardan, WA, Karen and Ruben Ontiveros of Lacey, WA, brothers and sisters-in-law: John Paul and Helen Cushman, Edward Warren and Cindy Cushman all of Spokane and Jay LeRoy Cushman and his special friend Christine of Tacoma, WA, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Billie’s remains are in Wayrynen-Richards Funeral Home in Butte where funeral services will be conducted Saturday morning at 10 o’clock with Deacon Ron Fournier officiating.
Interment will be in Mount Moriah Cemetery and a reception will follow in Wayrynen-Richards Community Center.
Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association.
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