OBITUARY

Cameron Sinclair Stevens

21 February, 19852 March, 2021

Cameron passed on Monday March first from a lethal dose of fentanyl.

We called him Cam, and he was beautiful and talented. He had a hilarious sense of humor that touched many hearts.

Cameron faced many sorrows and demons and subsequently spent most of the last 13 years living on the streets of London.

In lieu of flowers and ceremonies, at this time his family would like to ask that you join them in making an online donation to the Men’s Mission of London, in memory of Cameron’s life.

His family has missed him many times over the years and now always will.

Cameron is still deeply loved, and always will be.

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Memories

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Amy O'Malley

8 March 2021

I got to know Cameron from my work. He always had so much energy, could be so endearing and so silly. While many names and faces blur over the years, he stands out. It is a testament to his desire to connect to everyone he met and make them laugh. I am so sorry that his story turned out this way, but am thankful his struggle and pain are over.

Peter Philpitt

8 March 2021

As a distant cousin of Cameron, I did not get to know him very much over the years as we lived in different provinces, but I will share some of the memories I still have from the early 90's when he came to visit with his father.

I recall one sunny day, me and Cameron went across the road to go catch some frogs at the big pond, once there I went down the steep hill to get to the waters edge to see what I could find, Cameron stayed up at the top, occupied with something else, when all of a sudden I heard Cameron crying out in pain! he had been stung be a bee! on the foot of all places. I'm still puzzled as to how he managed to get stung like that but it's one of my memories I have to share. I also remember playing a lot of Donkey Kong Country with him as that was a Super Nintendo game he brought with him for all of us to enjoy.

Another funny little memory is when we were going for a drive in our Chevette, the car was completely full and Cameron being the youngest, and therefore smallest, had to sit in the hatchback area, he was being such a goof back there, I can't remember specific details but I remember him being entertaining.

RIP cousin,

Pete <3

Darrell Stevens

7 March 2021

Cameron and I embarked on a trip together during the 1990's. We travelled to Nova Scotia where Cameron met with some family members and friends.
One afternoon while at Martinique beach, Cameron found a piece of drift wood in the shape of a cane. He immediately adopted the character of an older Scottish gentleman, complete with hunched back and thick accent. Cameron was so much fun to be with.
Cameron you will be missed greatly. and I will love you always.

Dad

Michelle Bennett

7 March 2021



It’s quite something that some of the many many people that we met and served, interacted with really stand out, Cam, is definitely one of those people!! What a wonderful spirit he had here in this life, he chose to be so in endearing through his incredible sense of humour what a dear, I remember how we would get, worried if we hadn’t seen him in a while. In one way I am happy for him to have moved on from the pain and misunderstandings of his life and is in a much better place. Finally Peace and warmth for Cameron. Fly well and be at Peace, Lil Man.

Judy Vermue

6 March 2021

Dear Stevens Family,
I did not know Cameron...but felt compelled to send my sympathies.
Seeing how Cameron lived and died in his obituary I thought how most hide that truth . I think that is so open and honest . Maybe it will help others to think twice before using any drug.
I too lost my son at 34 years of age. I know what a great and beautiful person he was. I hope peace comes to you from your loss.
❣️

Liz and Ian Philp

5 March 2021

We knew Cameron in his younger years and remember his contagious laughter and ability to make us smile. When learning the game one potato, two potatoes at his grandmas home, he had us laughing so hard tears were flowing. He kept doing it wrong and discovered his ability to make us laugh that he started hamming it up. He will be sadly missed.
Condolences and much love to family and friends. xxx

Jackie Moore

5 March 2021

I had the pleasure of supporting Cam as and Outreach Worker. Cam was always quick with a smile and a joke and always had time to let me check in to see how he was. I will miss Cam so much, I hope he is at peace.

Liz Rennox

5 March 2021

💙💛💙💛💙💛💙💛💙💛💙💛💙💛💙💛💙💛I will always Love You

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