Sharon Faye Cameron

19 July, 193231 January, 2021

Sharon Faye Cameron, late of Weyburn, Saskatchewan, passed away at Weyburn on Sunday, January 31, 2021 at the age of 88 years.

Sharon is remembered by her children, Myrna (Eric) Sorenson, Paul (Maureen) Cameron, Keith Chadwick, Susan (Wayne) Buckle; grandchildren & great-grandchildren, Cheryl (Dean), Skylar & Briana DeRoo; Leanne Sorenson, Hunter & Kate; Aaron (Ricki) Sorenson & Kelton; Parker (Ashley) Cameron, Nash, Cali & Breckan; Chelsie Cameron; Diane (Jeff), Tyson & Evan Bodie; Lisa (Kyle), Clay, Owen & Lily Templeton; sisters, Marion Miller & Jackie Roy; sister-in-law, Del Hancock; numerous nieces & nephews. Predeceased by her husband, Bruce Cameron; daughter, Janet Chadwick.

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If friends so wish, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 1910 McIntyre Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2R3

Arrangements in care of the Orsted Funeral Home (Carlyle)


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Beth Corrigan

12 February 2021

Another Arcola great has gone 'Home' What a character she was. Lived life very well. Lovely family. Think she taught 4H is where I first knew her. She was just always an Arcola icon! RIP

Rodney Scarrow

8 February 2021

On behalf of Florence Scarrow and Family, we would like to express our sincerest condolences to the Family and Friends of Sharon. She was a remarkable person and she will definitely be missed

Harvey & Jos Pate

3 February 2021

Our heartfelt condolences to Paul & Maureen & all Cameron families. She indeed was unforgettable friend . Had many occasions with her unique laughs 🥰Welcome Wagon, Woman Home Makers , Rebekah Lodge & Seniors Parties. Well spoken respected awesome lady . May her soul Rest In Peace . The Patel’s Family Harvey & Josh 🙏🏽💏.

Angela Stavast

2 February 2021

My parents had a cabin across the street from Bruce and Sharon in Kenosee, so every summer growing up I got to spend time with them. They were like another set of Grandparents to my sister and I. I can vividly remember their home, decor and what the upstairs smelt like :)
As a child I enjoyed visiting with them, the rock turtle in the front yard and the playhouse in the back. Condolences to her and Bruce’s family.

Debbie Burnett

2 February 2021

My thoughts and sincere sympathy to Sharon’s family

Gail & Brian Crump

2 February 2021

Our condolences to Paul & Maureen & the rest of your family.
We had many good laughs with your mom. May she rest in peace.
Sincerely, Gail & Brian

Arlene Wheeler

2 February 2021

Sharon was always a bright light in my day while she was at Crocus. Always had a smile a laugh, a quick reply. A joy and treasure to have around. Loved her like family

Elaine Currie

2 February 2021

Sharon was a dear friend, so many wonderful memories, once on her birthday made a big sign for her, to honk it was Sharon's birthday, boy people that drove by were honking all day long, the girls always looked forward to the love taps from Sharon even when they got older. Her smile and laugh that was Sharon, condolences to the Cameron family, Doug and Elaine, Pam and Angela.

Marie Clements

2 February 2021

Sharon and Bruce’s daughter and son in law Myrna and Eric are very good friends of ours. Our kids are great friends. When our children were young and Sharon and Bruce lived at Kenosee they had our kids come and stay with them along with their own grandkids. It was like having another set of grandparents. Always fun to stop in and have a visit with Bruce and Sharon. Our deep sympathy to all the family

Chris Haussecker

2 February 2021

I first met Sharon when I joined the Kenosee’s Lake Ladies Golf Club. At that time, one day a month we gathered at a member’s place for a social time after our fun golf game. Sharon loved these gatherings & hosted quite a few of those gatherings. She loved to dress up & always had such a wonderful sense of humour.
In 1998 we bought a cottage a couple of doors down the street & were neighbours for a few years. I have good memories of a few happy hours & coffee breaks.
She was a wonderfully fun friend, neighbour & golf companion.

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