Event: - Attended Sacramento Junior College for 2 years majoring in Law Enforcement & Business Admin
Place: Sacramento, Sacramento, California, USA
Note: BIRTH: Database: California Birth Index, 1905-1995 August 15, 2005 4:04 PM
Name: Howard Norman Camp
Birth Date: 4 Aug 1937
Mother's Maiden Name: Haller
Birth County: Santa Cruz
Source Information: Ancestry.com. California Birth Index, 1905-1995 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.
BIRTH: Watsonville, California
"Strawberry Capital of the World Santa Cruz-Watsonville metro area.
The community is in the Pacific Standard time zone.10N. The longitude is -121.755W.
RESIDENCE: Name: HOWARD N CAMP (Sept 2009)
Address: 6908 South 90th Street
Phone: (402) 476-0081
Name: HOWARD N CAMP (1995)
Address: 945 D Street Apt 20
Phone: (402) 476-0081
RESIDENCE: U.S. Public Records Index
Name: Howard N Camp
Birth Date: May 1975
Address: 1701 A St, Lincoln, Nebraska 68502-0901 (1990)
Ancestry.com. U.S. Public Records Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2009. Original data: Merlin Data Publishing Corporation, comp. Historical Residential White Page, Directory Assistance and Other Household Database Listings. Merlin Data Publishing Corporation, 215 South Complex Drive, Kalispell, MT 59901.
RESIDENCE: Database: 1994 Phone and Address Directory (1987)
Name: HOWARD N CAMP
Address: 1630 S 24TH ST
Phone: (402) 476-0081
Source Information: Ancestry.com. Phone and Address Directory [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003. Original data: 1994 White Pages. Little Rock, AR: Acxiom Corporation, 19--.
Howard attended schools in Sacramento, California graduating from Sacramento Senior High in 1955. He spent 2 years attending Sacramento City College and majored in Law Enforcement and Business Administration. Throughout his life he has tried several business ventures unsuccessfully. After the failure of a business and his first marriage, he joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sacramento in 1966, and has remained active ever since.
There he met his second wife and sweetheart, Lynn, and they were married in the Oakland Temple in 1969. In the church He served in many positions including Hastings Nebraska Branch President, Ward Clerk, and Assistant Stake Clerk for Computers, High Priest Group Leader, Stake Family History Consultant, 1st Counselor in the Bishopric of the Lincoln 3rd Ward, Assistant Stake Clerk for Finances (Lincoln, Nebraska Stake), 2nd Counselor in the Lincoln Pioneer Ward Bishopric and in 2008 was called to Preside over the Beatrice Branch about 40 miles South of Lincoln. He was released from that calling in July of 2010 and returned to attending the Lincoln Stake Center and his new ward, Holms Lake. He has worked in the Family History Center (FHC) and has taught many classes on Genealogy and Computer Software, as well as programming the computers associated with the FHC. He was the founder and President for many years of the Personal Ancestral File - Lincoln Users Group (PAF-LUG) a genealogy / computer special interest group (SIG). He was also a member of the Lincoln-Lancaster County Genealogical Society for many years. He was called as the Assistant Director of the Lincoln LDS Family History Center in September 2010 and is now serving in that calling.
Five beautiful children were born into this marriage and the Family lived in several California cities including Sacramento, Eureka, Antioch, Riverside and Pamona. They then moved to the Mid-West in 1970. First to Salina, Kansas, then to Hastings, Crete, and Lincoln, Nebraska.
Howard worked in Law Enforcement for over 25 years starting at the California Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation as a Fingerprint Examiner. He served as a Deputy Sheriff in Sacramento County, a police officer, Sergeant, and Chief of Police in Crete, Saline County, Nebraska, and a Document Examiner for the U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration & Naturalization Service. At I&NS he spent 50% of his time working with personal computers writing computer programs, database management, and related work, and the balance of his time examining immigration documents for criminal fraud cases, working with fingerprints, photography, and related forensic and intelligence work.
After working for 4 years for US Immigration's Regional Service Center in Lincoln, Nebraska, Howard began in April of 1992 working on a contract for the State of Nebraska, Department of Education (NDE) as a Computer System Applications Analyst III, programming the Child Nutrition Data Project for the State. In December 1992 he was appointed to a permanent position as a Computer System Analyst V in the Department of Education's Data Center. After working over 15 years for them, he is now a Senior Information Services Application Developer in the Nutrition Services section of NDE. Howard also was contracted by the American Historical Society, Germans from Russia (AHSGR - an International Historical Preservation Organization) to be their Computer System's Analyst and build a Genealogy Data Base for their files containing over a one and a quarter million individuals throughout the world with German Ancestry who lived at one time in Russia. This contract lasted from 1992 until November 1996.
In August 1995 he was newly diagnosed with Diabetes (Type II) and in September he underwent open heart surgery in which 5 coronary bypasses were done. His children started to call him "The Pentium Man" about the time Intel started selling the Pentium computer chip. In his older age he has suffered from diabetes, heart disease (has an implanted pacemaker), osteoarthritis, Gastric ByPass surgery and a number of other less serious health problems. From 2008 through 2010 he underwent Left Knee Replacement Surgery, Cateract Surgery on both eyes, and two bouts of having skin cancer removed from his face. Still he stays active and looks forward to retireing when he is 75.