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BOISE, Utah (AP) -- The 22-year-old Brigham Young University student who suffered a fatal fall in Utah's Provo Canyon was eulogized today as fun-loving person.
Family members described Camille Cleverley as strong in her religious faith.
Camille's funeral was held today in Boise, Idaho, where her family lives.
Cleverley attended Boise State University, then transferred to BYU.
She was a senior this fall, majoring in marriage, family and human development at BYU's School of Family Life.
The family planned to bury her in Idaho Falls, where she was born.
Cleverley's body was found Sept. 9 at the base of a 200-foot cliff near Bridal Veil Falls in Provo Canyon, after a 10-day search.
Police believe she slipped and fell off the cliff after riding her mountain bike to the falls.
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