Cameron Carlo Carter

October 26, 1956June 12, 2020

Cameron Carlo Carter passed away June 12, 2020 in Yukon, Oklahoma. Cameron was born October 26, 1956 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to Milton and Jimmie Linda (Perry) Carter. He was a mail carrier for the U.S. Postal Service for 36 years. Services are pending.


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Cameron Carlo Carter

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Chris Beloncik

June 24, 2020

Cameron and I worked together for a while at the post office and discovered we shared interests in cars and airplanes. I ooh’d and ah’d over his DeLorean and we talked about someday taking a trip to the big airshow at Oshkosh Wisconsin. Sorry we never made it. He was a good guy.

Christine Christiansen

June 24, 2020

Cameron and I have been friends since 1980 when my husband and I moved to Oklahoma City. Cameron had been good friends with my husband since high school. They worked together at Brannons for the time we lived there. We spent evenings and weekends together. Steve and I moved to Montana and we all stayed in contact. Eventually I moved home to Wyoming. Cameron came for a visit during Cheyenne Frontier Days and did his best to fit in as a cowboy. It was so much fun. He got in the best at the race track where my family raced. I visited him in Oklahoma a few times during the years. I was blessed to have been able to talk to him several times over the past month. It was so heart warming to catch up. My heart broke when I was notified of his passing. My condolences to his family and friends. We will see you on the other side my friend. It is your time to rest. Much love.

Elizabeth Ward

June 22, 2020

I was saddened to learn of Cameron’s passing. He was my letter carrier at Grand Pointe as well. He was the best! He had little tricks to make him a very efficient and detailed letter carrier. He knew most of the residents here and took great care of us, going above and beyond any expectations. We were all bracing ourselves for his retirement, yet not his passing. Cameron was a treasured friend and will be greatly missed by this community, and I’m certain by all whose lives he touched. Rest In Peace, dear man.

Marlies Grogg

June 22, 2020

Cameron was my favorite mail carrier while living at Grand Pointe. Both my dogs would recognize him and the mail truck and knew Cameron was always hiding a treat for them inside! I teased him about always wearing shorts in the cold winter. He always had a smile and kind words to say. Delivered packages after hours and while delivering.... always took the time to say hello and visit. After I moved from GP I thought about him often as my dogs see a mail truck and immediately their tails start wagging thinking their favorite mailman was going to give them a treat. He will be very much missed.

Paula Means

June 22, 2020

I am also a resident at Grand Pointe and Cameron was my favorite mail carrier. I teased him about wearing shorts when it was twenty degrees outside! He always said as long as he wore a hat he didn’t get cold. I used to leave him sweets in my mailbox, he loved poppyseed bread! He told me he delayed his retirement because his son needed dental work. I’m going to miss his smile and his conversation.

Cynthia Carlton

June 22, 2020

I have just recently moved to Grandpointe. I met Cameron one day at the mailbox- he was the nicest guy ever and then he Mentioned that he was going to retire - he made a great first impression on me and I know he will be missed by all.

I am very sorry for your loss
My best
Cynthia Carlton

Anne James

June 22, 2020

Cameron was our mail carrier at Grand Point Condominiums. He was such a great guy and always friendly and funny. He would even deliver packages after hours if something didn’t get delivered. He had an incredible work ethic and an amazing personality. He was a man of integrity and will be greatly missed. All of us in Grand Point loved Cameron.

Stephen Kopp

June 21, 2020

Cameron was a great guy. He was always asking my wife to introduce him to one of her girlfriends. I'm glad he found one on his own, but wish they'd had more time together.

Karen Miller

June 17, 2020

Cameron was a great and very funny guy who I've worked with for 20 years. He will truly be missed at the post office. I pray Gods blessings over you guys. Hold on to each other and hold on to those precious memories. Find peace in knowing that you will see him again one day on the other side. A friend and coworker.

Billy Leibold

June 16, 2020

Cameron and I worked together in the produce department at Brannons. I was new to OKC having moved here in the 11th grade and didn’t know many people. Although Cameron was six years older than I, that didn’t stop his kindness and we became great friends. He showed me around OKC and despite our age difference I knew I met someone just as kooky as I. Cameron had a great wit and taught me puns and we would make a joke out of everything. He always talked of racing, even had a formula car at one time, even though I never saw him race and quite frankly always wondered if he really did. I introduced Cameron to my parents and my younger sister and he became a part of our family doing many things with us including going to the lake. At the end of my senior year of HS he and I were supposed to go parachuting one day but something came up and he couldn’t go. I went ahead by myself but it was just not the same. About a year after that, Cameron road a Seca 750 motorcycle so I bought one just like it and we would go riding around OKC on them. I so loved that man he became the best man in my wedding. Well years pass and we ended up going our separate ways but just a couple of years ago I ran into him but we didn’t get a chance to talk. I never did take the time to call him after that, always meaning too but well you know..... A deep regret I have to live with. I have special place in my heart for a man whom I never saw get angry (yes mad but never angry), always had a positive attitude and a joking disposition. And oh that last time I saw him, he told me how he had become a road race champion in 2016. Good for you Cameron.

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