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Candlelight gathering in memoriam for BYU student Camille Cleverley

The BYU and Provo communities said farewell Sunday evening to Camille Cleverley and expressed their love for her family. President Cecil O. Samuelson spoke, Elizabeth Smart played the harp, and the Cleverley family thanked searchers for their efforts.

The Flag of the United States of America at the administration building flies at half-staff in her honor today.

Missing since Aug. 30, Camille was the subject of searches coordinated by the Provo City Police Deparment and involving the BYU Police Department, the Laura Recovery Center, and Destiny Search. Several hundred volunteers also participated.

Search and rescue teams found her body Sunday afternoon at the base of a 200-foot cliff about 1,000 yards east of Bridal Veil Falls in Provo Canyon.

Recent news reports:

Deseret Morning News, Sept. 10, 2007

Daily Herald, Sept. 10, 2007

Salt Lake Tribune, Sept. 10, 2007

KUTV, Sept. 9, 2007

ABC 4, Sept. 9, 2007

KSL TV, Sept. 10, 2007

Writer: Aaron Searle

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