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OBITUARY

Carmen E. Cameron

January 18, 1931January 8, 2021
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In lieu of flowers a donation may be made to St. Jude's Research Hospital at www.stjude.org/donate or to the Wounded Warrior Project at https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, January 18, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021

  • Burial

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Memories

Carmen E. Cameron

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Marsha Maddan

January 18, 2021

Aunt Carmen, Carmen, young gurl are some of the many names I called you. I’m going to miss you dearly. Our talks about politics, your childhood memories, your life with your husband, living the American Dream Your love for Macy’s among other things.
You were a force to be reckoned with. Your mischievous smile and your laughter. Your last two trips to Jamaica I was there with you and I’m grateful that I was able to spend that time with you and share some awesome memories.

Your memories will live on in my heart.

Love

Marsha

Ivorene Nicey McLeod pitter

January 18, 2021

Aunt Carmen chuckles her laughter memories of her as a child growing up and her coming to Jamaica can never be forgotten it was in November we both had our last talk it was a lengthy conversation reminding me she won't be coming back to Jamaica as she had told me in 2016 when she visited her last days were conversation of her childhood days and her going to America her mommy and her papi Aunt Carmen memories will never be forgotten may she continue to sleep in peace

Sonia Walters

January 18, 2021

My condolences to Karen and family. Ms. Cameron will be surely missed by all. May her soul RIP.

Lorraine Forrester

January 18, 2021

Ms. Cameron:
Words seem inadequate to express the sorrow felt by your loss .You were a woman of principle . You had a laughter that encourages others to laugh even if they didn't want to. I always look forward to your delicious cornbread. Sorry you couldn't stay with us longer, but God knows best May your soul rest in peace, and light perpetual shine upon you.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Victor, Karen, and the rest of family. I know God will give you strength during the days ahead.
Lorraine.

Kym & Andre Mouzon

January 17, 2021

Dearest Mrs. Cameron
Your laugh always laminated a room. You’ll be our hearts forever. Rest well ❤️

Francois Brown

January 17, 2021

As a little boy, just arriving here from Jamaica. Mrs Cameron extended her gratitude and invited me to accompany the family to beach outings and pool trips Etc. she showed me kindness when I arrived in an unfamiliar place and those memories just never leave you. You were like family.
RIP Mrs. Cameron,
Your absence will surely be missed

Christine Smellie

January 17, 2021

Today, we reflect on memories of someone who had such an impact on so many. Carmen Cameron, for the past 2 years that I came to know you, I can truly say that you have been a great friend who extended love and generosity not just to me but to many others near and far.

Your personality was one of a kind! I can recall our many laughters and that smile that brightens up any dark room.

Thank you for being there for me over the years. You will be truly missed my friend. Although you are out of sight, you live forever in my heart and your memories I’ll treasure endlessly.

Joan Christie

January 16, 2021

May your soul rest in peace ! Hope to meet on that wonderful day🙏

Kingsley C

January 16, 2021

To Carmen,

You promised to walk with me come summer, but heaven was missing angels and you were called. So when I go walking I know you will be watching over me.

Sadly missed,
Kingsley

victor mullings

January 16, 2021

Mother,
Proverbs 31 describes you well. You were mother, wife, grandmother and great grandmother. With integrity and wisdom you mothered not only your own offspring but nephews, nieces and cousins. You loved family and friends and encouraged unity. You enjoyed interacting across generations. The relationships you had with your grand and great grandchildren were heartwarming.

I appreciated your attentiveness to seemingly small, yet important, events in my life such as birthdays, holidays and other occasions. For example the preparations you made for my visits. You reminded me to call family that you knew I neglected. But most important you would call to check on my welfare and to let me know you wanted to hear from me even when I was negligent. You did those things to show that I was important and to keep me within the family circle. I valued your wise and insightful counsel even when I did not like your answer. I knew that you wanted the best outcome for me. But besides attention to me you were a reliable resource for family and friends. You regularly helped out family and friends in Jamaica and other countries.

You were a strong, intelligent and compassionate lady. You worked hard to achieve your goals. You definitely had strong opinions. Yet in all of your relations you tried to be fair and conducted yourself with humility and honesty. Even when there were disagreements you maintained your integrity and would not hold a grudge. You were indeed the noble matriarch of our family.

Carmen is your given name. Carmen is a lovely name that carries significant meanings. In another language it translates to ‘Song’ and ‘Fruitful Garden’. I will not see you anymore in the flesh but in my heart you will always be singing and sharing fruits from your garden as you have always done. Thank you for the wonderful values you taught me and those who knew you. I will miss and love you forever!

Farewell Mother. May your soul Rest in Peace

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