In loving memory of Richard Louis Camaur who passed away on November 22, 2020. Richard is survived by his daughter, Elisabeth Camaur Crampton, his son, Paul Camaur, his daughter- in-law, Diana Camaur, his three grandchildren, David Crampton, Aleksandra Crampton and Alexis Camaur, his former wife, Nancy Camaur and his second wife, Wendy Burns Camaur. Richard was born in Healdsburg, California, December 21, 1943 to his parents Josephine Camaur and Cesare Camaur. During his childhood, he became fluent in several foreign languages including Spanish, Italian and German. After high school, he attended Georgetown University where he obtained his Bachelor of Science from the School of Foreign Service in 1965; his Masters in Latin American Affairs, with distinction in 1971; and his Juris Doctor in 1976. Richard served in the U.S. Army Reserve 1965-1973 as a Captain and was stationed in Panama from 1967-1969. He served in the U.S. Agency for International Development from 1969-1979 and was an Economic Affairs Adviser for the U.S. Panama Canal Treaty Negotiating Team with the United States Department of State from 1977-1979. Richard also was an instructor at the George Mason University Enterprise Center, Business Institute. In 1980, Richard opened his law firm in Fairfax County Virginia where he provided legal services in the areas of civil litigation, domestic relations, estate planning, probate law, business law and international transactions. He also devoted substantial time to pro bono cases and was a long time member of the Lions Club. And, from 2002 until his death, he was a certified genealogist and active member of the National Genealogy Society. No services are being held given the COVID-19 pandemic. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the https://diabetes.org.