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Mary Elizabeth Cammack


Mary Elizabeth Cammack, 69, passed away peacefully with her husband by her side on Monday, February 20, 2023, in Villa Hills, KY. Mary was born in Owenton, KY on December 22, 1953, to the late Louis and Edna Perkins.

Mary grew up in Owenton, KY., and married the love of her life, Robert on October 5, 1973.  They enjoyed traveling and spending time at the beach.  Mary worked for the Kentucky state government for 20 years. She and Robert had wonderful twins, Valerie and Robby. Mary’s love and devotion was to her family.  She enjoyed playing board games, especially Mahjong and Mexican Dominos. Mary had a strong faith, and her family was her world.  She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

Preceding Mary in death are her parents, Louis and Edna Perkins; sisters, Shirley Perkins, Barbara Cammack, Kathryn Vassallo and one brother, David Perkins.

Those left to carry on her legacy are her loving husband of forty-nine years, Robert “Bobby” Cammack; daughter, Valerie Cammack of Columbus, OH; son, Robby Cammack of Cincinnati, OH; sister, Joyce (William) Lyons of Bethlehem, KY and a host of extended family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy can be made in Mary’s name to St Elizabeth Hospice 483 S. Loop Rd. Edgewood, KY 41017.

At Mary’s request no services are planned.


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I am so sorry to hear about Mary. She was always a bright and wonderful person to be around. My heartfelt sympathy.

Billy Spencer
Tucson AZ

Our Thoughts and Prayers are with You

Dear Robert, Robby and Valerie,
Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family over the loss of Mary. May God mend your broken hearts, comfort you with His love, grant you His peace beyond all understanding and strengthen you for the weeks and months to come.
In Christ’s love,
Mike, Diane and Evan Bishop

So sorry for your loss

Mary and I had a good and laughing friendship, playing golf and bridge regularly. We also worked for the same folks for several years. I will always remember her amazement and delight when she discovered she and Bobby were to become your parents- what a miracle ❤️. Peace and blessings for the family.

Bobby, Robby & Valerie

What an honor and pleasure it was to have met and become friends with Mary. Not only did she have a brilliant mind, she was quick witted, funny and just felt like family. We will miss her pleasant demeanor, gracefulness and smile and will never forget her strength and courage.

With sympathy and kind regards, Cindy & Melanie

to the family

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you grieve the loss of sweet, kind and gentle Mary. She is ever in our hearts and minds .
I will miss her sitting on her deck and waving across the pond.
With Great Fondness,
Mary Barnard


Although we have only been neighbors a short time, we immediately recognized you both as extremely welcoming and friendly folks. Mary was so very helpful and patient as she arranged for us to rent the clubhouse last fall. We had no idea she was sick and therefore shocked and so very saddened to hear of her passing. We are praying for your comfort as you grieve. We are available if we can do anything at all for you. Your neighbors, Bill & Janice 810 Woodside.

Praying for your family

Robby, Valerie, and Robert,
I was so sorry and sad to hear about Mary’s passing from cancer. I’m glad I had the opportunity to get to know her through Jared being friends with you all. She was a wonderful lady. I will be praying for all of you.
Jane Miniard