OBITUARY

Mrs. Angeline Cameron

26 February , 192630 June , 2018

ANGELINE CAMERON Feb. 26, 1926 - June 30, 2018 Born in Cut Knife Saskatchewan

It is with the deepest sadness that we must say goodbye to our wonderful mother and friend, Angeline Cameron. Born of Italian immigrants on February 26, 1926 Angeline grew up in a small farming community in Baldwinton, Saskatchewan. The oldest of four children, she was predeceased by her husband, Herman R. Cameron in 2017, parents Joseph and Antonia Biondo, brother Louie, sister Irma Roberge (Johnny). She is survived by her daughter Jill Cameron, son William Cameron of Orlando Florida, beloved granddaughter Lindsay Antonia Cameron, brother Joseph Biondo, niece Louisa and nephew Danny Biondo. Married for 68 years, Ann met her husband Herman shortly after WWII. They moved west to Duncan, B.C. and later Chemainus, where Herman worked as a longshoreman. They moved to Nanaimo in 1963 and remained there to raise their family until they moved to East Vancouver to be closer to family. Granddaughter Lindsay's birth in 1997 brought great joy, they loved her dearly and she them. Ann was always ahead of her time, a visionary, a prophetess, a great observer, a keen reader of people, she could pierce your heart with an uncanny ability to sense your deepest worries and would offer a healing word or gentle touch of her hand to allay your fears. Having an extraordinary sense of humor and dry wit, 'gramma' made everyone feel special and made everyone laugh. She was very well loved at George Derby Veterans Facility where she lived with her husband. We will be hard pressed to find another woman like this of such great integrity, work and moral ethic, compassion and empathy. She was Martha Stewart before there was a Martha Stewart. There was nothing she couldn't do and do it well, she did. May God rest your sweet and loving soul Mom, you touched so many and no one will ever forget you. Your loving family and friends. Memorial will be held on Thursday, July 19th 2018 at the Forest Lawn Chapel in Burnaby at 2 p.m.

Peace be with you mom.

Services

  • Funeral Service Thursday, 19 July , 2018
  • Committal Burial Service Thursday, 19 July , 2018
REMEMBERING

Mrs. Angeline Cameron

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jill cameron

19 September 2018

Dear Mom,

As the days go on, I miss you more and more. Who could ever let go of such a sweet and gracious

mother like you. Lindsay misses you so much too, We are trying to work through this hugh loss of

you and grampa. Such a hole it leaves in our lives. We love you both so much and think of you daily.

love you both, Jill and Lindsay xoxoxo

jill cameron

29 July 2018

Dear Sweet Mom;

It has been a month since you have passed and not a day goes by where I don't miss you and think

about you. I miss Table #6 where we had so many laughs with Jack and Emily etc. and I miss

coming to have dinner with you. I can't believe you are gone and I want you to know how

deeply you are missed by so many people. Nobody will replace you "gramma" , absolutely

no one would ever come close. Miss you, my best friend in the world. Love Jill and Lindsay xoxoxoxo

Rene Kormos

18 July 2018

My deepest sympathies Jill go out to you and your family at this difficult time. Keep your mom close in your heart and remember all of the good times you have had over the years. Take care and know I am thinking of you. Rene

Karyn Martin

17 July 2018

Jill and Lindsay so very sorry for your loss . I’m certainly thinking of you and send love and well wishes your way .

Cynthia McMillen-Wenig

16 July 2018

Dear William, Lindsay, and Jill,
Although I never had the honor of meeting Evangeline, from things shared by my sister, Katy, and from reading the poignant obituary, I know she must have been an amazing woman. Our many thoughts and prayers are with you at this bittersweet time as you commemorate the passing of your dear mother and grandmother.
Love,
Cynthia (and Clf) McMillen-Wenig

Brenda Dykgraaf

15 July 2018

Ann and Herman were the most loving and amazing parents anyone could ever hope or wish for. Their love was shown in ways of caring, education, supporting, working hard and being responsible to the people they loved the most, William, Jill and Lindsay. I am so blessed to know them! They have left an imprint on my life that will carry me until I and see them in heaven!
I love them both so much! I love you all so much!
Ignacio is also sending you all love and will never forget the intimate time spent with Herman on the Calgary Train Ride through the mountains.

We are both thinking, praying and sending you love at this time and always!

FROM THE FAMILY