Ruth Camille Pierce Stege
Funeral Date: 5/7/2015

Ruth Camille Stege, age 89, of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, went home to be with her Lord at the Good Samaritan Nursing Center, Hot Springs Village, on Saturday, May 2. She was born December 7, 1925, in Granite City, Illinois, to the late D.O. and Ruth Maxwell Pierce. She was a graduate of Southwest High School in St. Louis, Missouri. She married Earl F. Stege April 27, 1946, in St. Louis. He preceded her in death on October 2, 2009. Camille was a homemaker and was employed for several years in the credit department of Sears Roebuck in San Antonio, TX. At the time of her passing, she was a member of the First Baptist Church of Warren. She had also been an active member of churches in St. Louis, San Antonio, Falls Church, VA, Indianapolis, IN, and Lubbock, TX, teaching Sunday School for over 60 years, singing in choirs, and actively participating in and leading the Womanís Missionary Union. In addition, Camille served as a staff member of several churches. She is survived by a daughter, Sharon Stanley, and husband, Greg, of Hot Springs Village, AR; a son, Stephen Stege, and wife, Rhonda, of Dallas, TX; five grandchildren, Sarah Stanley Henry (Patrick) of Little Rock; Christopher Stege (Kelly) of Cedar Park, TX; David Stanley of Arkadelphia, AR; Ryan Stege (Brooke) of Prosper, TX; and Jonathan Stege of Austin, TX; four great-grandchildren, John Maxwell and Molly Mathis Henry of Little Rock; Kathryn Camille Stege of Prosper, and Stella Noel Stege of Cedar Park, TX; and one sister, Virginia Lawrence of Richmond Hill, GA. Graveside service was 2:00 p.m. Thursday May 7, at Oakland Cemetery with Rev. Greg Stanley officiating. Arrangements were by Frazerís Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were John McClellan, Christopher Stege, Ryan Stege, Jonathan Stege, David Stanley and Patrick Henry. Memorials may be made to the building fund of Coronado Baptist Church, 91 Coronado Dr., Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 or Alzheimerís Foundation of America, 322 Eighth Ave., 7th Floor, New York, NY 10001.



Name: Debbie Henry
Message: Sharon so sorry for your loss but our loss is Heavens gain will be praying for you and your family

Name: Donna McDougald & Anita Lynn
Message: Mrs. Sharon and Family, so very sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

Message: Camille and Earl were my high school youth sponsors at the Houston Terrace Baptist Church in San Antonio, Texas. Their influence helped to shape our character and commitment to the Lord. A crowning moment in our lives was their visit to our home when we served as missionaries in Argentina. We are grateful to the Lord for their lives and for the influence of Sharon and Stephen that have touched so many people in their respective ministries. May the peace that surpasses all understanding dwell in the heart of each family member. Barney and Clara Hutson

Name: Laurie Greer
Message: Dear Sharon & Bro. Greg i am so sorry about your loss. Your mom is with God now at peace. We are sayings prayers for your whole family. We miss you both very much

Name: Hugh and Brenda Quimby

Name: Becky Quimby
Message: Sharon, I am so sorry for your loss.

Name: Tammy Hensley

Name: Tommy Landers
Message: Sorry for your loss.

Name: John & Sandy Gavin
Message: Our prayers are for you during this difficult time.

Message: Ms. Camille was a lovely and loving person. She has passed to a wonderful place.