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BAYTOWN TOWNSHIP – Camilla Colette Jacobson (Coco), 8, of Baytown Township was hugged in the loving arms of Jesus and Our Blessed Mother on July 29, 2021. She was surrounded by her amazing and large family.

Camilla was filled with endless happiness and laughter. She loved being with her cousins, classmates, ski jumping friends and especially her 10 siblings.

Her greatest achievement in her short life was making her 1st Communion and receiving her Miraculous Brown Scapular Medal in June.

Her freckled face, diamond blue eyes and bright smile will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved her.

She is survived by her parents Ty and Veronica; her siblings Oliver, Gabriel, Gemma, Helena, Louisa, Delia, Agatha, Roch, Ignatius and Ursula; grandparents Bruce and Mary Jacobson and Jack and LeeAnn Myhra; great-grandparents Shirley Teddy, Dolores Jacobson and Tom (Grampy) Hilpisch; beloved “the cousins,” lots of aunts and uncles and countless special friends. Sincere thanks to Dr Orioles, Barb Mueller and the caring nurses at Gilette Children’s Hospital, Dr Mary Paquette, Sister Maria Goretti, Sister Maria Sarto, Father Mroczka and the Daughters of Mary.

Unconditional thanks to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, Bayport Fire Department, Lakeview Paramedics and the entire law enforcement community.

We have been overwhelmed by your love and compassion for our angel Camilla and our family.

The visitations took place on Tuesday August 3, with prayer beads and prayer at the Bradshaw Celebration of Life Center (2800 Curve Crest Boulevard, Stillwater) The Christian Burial Mass was held on Wednesday August 4 at St. Anne’s Church ( 2445 County Road E, White Bear Lake).

Instead of flowers, family favorite memorials.

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