Bobbie Dee Palmer-Campagna

September 1, 1969 - July 18, 2021

Bobbie Palmer was born September 1, 1969, the daughter of Richard and Kathy Palmer. She grew up in Riverton and West Jordan City and attended West Jordan High School.

Bobbie possessed a very special gift of being able to make everybody laugh. The room lit up and the party wason whenever she walked in the room. Bobbie was a master storyteller and saw the world and expressed herself through poetry.

Bobbie was a very family-oriented woman. She lived for holidays, birthdays and BBQs in the summer. Anything that brought her closer to the ones she loved. Always making sure to capture Precious Moments, for her numerous photo albums and home videos.

Bobbies Love, Light, Fire and Energy will be deeply missed by all those that knew her.

Bobbie loved her partner John, her daughters Chasadee and Chelsee and grandchildren more than anything. She was happy, when they were happy. Her grandchildren Chloe and Jayden were truly her greatest source of pride and happiness.

Bobbies final days were plagued with declining health which ultimately led to her unfortunate and untimely passing.

Bobbie is survived by her Life partner John Whiting. Children: Chasadee Dawn Christensen and Chelsee Ray (Amy Larsen) Campagna. Grandchildren: Chloe Christensen and Jayden Christensen. Parents: Kathy Peck Palmer and Richard (Jackie) Palmer. Siblings: Tammy Smith, Kelly Palmer, Shawn (Ivan Dan) Palmer, Tiffany (Michael McCormack) Deans, Jason (Brittany) Palmer and Dee Dee Palmer. Nieces: Misty Brooke, Tianna Boyd, Courtni Deans, Ticarra Deans and Mia Palmer. Nephews: Zachary Bell, Niccolus Smith, Easton Palmer, Devin Gunnell, and Kohen Doutis. Her aunts, uncles and numerous cousins.

The family is planning a celebration of life that will surely include plenty of Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, and Guns and Roses and some hip hop blasting in the background, which would certainly be to Bobbies liking...Take it Easy.....

A Celebration of Bobbie’s life will be on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Starks Funeral Parlor, 3651 South 900 East, Salt Lake City, Utah.