Robert's Story

CARIBOU - Robert W. Cameron "Time to get up boys the deer are moving!" Robert won his battle and went home to be with Jesus on September 30, 2014. Just recently celebrating 67 years, August 26, 1947. Robert was born in Washburn, the son of Robert and Violet (Ells) and was raised on a farm in Carson.

His passion for farming and hunting came naturally to him as these passions were passed on to him through his father. As a young man he was in the National Guard for 9 years, while continuing to take care of the facilities of the Caribou Armory for anther 22 years. He retired as a custodian in 2008, where he shifted his focus on his life long interests in firearms at his business, Cameron's Gun Shop.

After he married his sweetheart, Rose Tracy in 1969, in Caribou they raised their three children Jonathan, Matthew and Jana. During these wonderful 45 years, he was a very active member of the Caribou Assembly of God from assisting with Royal Rangers, driving the vans for Sunday School to visiting the shut-ins.

Robert is survived by his wife, Rose (Tracy) Cameron, his children, Jonathan of Caribou, Matthew of Gorham, and Jana (Cameron) Haney and husband, Dale of Caribou, his grandchildren, Coty Cameron, Kyle Haney and Mercedes Haney, all of Caribou, his sisters, Brenda Swafford and husband, Larry of Caribou, and Juanita Harris and husband, Dick of Nebraska. He will also be missed by many nieces, nephews and friends.

Friends and family may call from 6-8 p.m. Friday, October 3, 2014 at the Caribou Assemblies of God Church, where the funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, October 4, 2014, with Rev. Jeremy McLellan officiating. Interment will be held at the Evergreen Cemetery. Following interment, there will be a reception held at the Caribou Assemblies of God Activity Center. The family has requested memorial gifts be presented to the Caribou Assembly of God Building Fund. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www.lancastermorgan.com
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