Mike and Camille Huntsman chosen as honored citizens for Cleveland
Michael and Camille Huntsman have lived in Emery County for 38 years. After living in Ferron and serving a mission in Hawaii they returned to Emery County and relocated in Cleveland.
Now retired, Michael continues his love of the outdoors and goes fishing and hunting as often as he can. Gardening is a favorite hobby also. He is presently serving in the Cleveland First Ward Bishopric. Camille is presently camp director and teaches the Gospel Doctrine class.
They are the parents of eight children and 24 grandchildren. The Huntman's appreciate the love and hospitality of the residents of Cleveland.