Camri Bella Aho, age 14 months, the beautiful precious daughter of Max and Ashley Aho died tragically at her home near Menahga on Saturday, August 8, 2015. Camri blessed the lives of her parents since her birth on May 28, 2014. Even though her time on this earth was short, the lives of everyone who knew her were touched by her beautiful smile, her sparkling eyes and her spunk and enthusiasm. She loved playing with her dolls and waking up her older brother, Crio each morning. She loved babies and shared in her family's anticipation awaiting the birth of her new baby sibling this September. She was a daddy's girl, who would always run to her daddy as soon as he walked in the door after a long day at work. Her beautiful brown eyes mirrored a heart full of joy in being a much loved and important part of her family. Her mom and dad are greatly comforted in the knowledge of their faith that this precious girl who God entrusted to them is now safely in the loving arms of Jesus and she is surrounded by other loved ones who have gone to heaven before her. Camri will be deeply missed until her family's circle of love is fully restored in Heaven by her parents: Max and Ashley Aho and her brother, Crio all of Menahga; her maternal grandparents: Fiore and Heather Marrelli; great grandparents: Kenneth and SueAnn Brzak and Maria Marelli as well as her great great grandmother, Ermina Guerico age 101, all of Alberta, Canada; her paternal grandparents: Victor and Lola Aho of Menahga; her great grandmother, Elma Impola also of Menahga; as well as 25 aunts and uncles and many many cousins. Camri was preceded in death by her aunt, Emelia Howard; her cousin, Graham Aho; as well as other baby cousins who she will now play with in Heaven; her maternal grandfather, Gennaro Marrelli and her paternal great grandparents: Albert Impola and Urho and Emelia Aho. Funeral services are planned for 11 AM Sunday, August 16, 2015 at the Spruce Grove Apostolic Lutheran Church near Wolf Lake with the Reverend Dennis Hannu officiating. Camri's casket bearers will be her first cousins: Canton Matson, Damon Howard, Victor Aho III, Silas Olson and Boaz Siltala. Interment will be made in the Aho family plot located in the Balmi Cemetery. Visitation will be held at the church on Saturday evening from 6 to 8 PM and for one hour prior to the service on Sunday. A luncheon will follow the service on Sunday and will be hosted by the Spruce Grove Apostolic Lutheran Church. To leave on line condolences please visit www.cardinipearson.com.