Babs was my "second Mom" when we worked at WMH. She taught me so much (and we always had lots of adventures.) She put the patient first and reminded us what was important. Babs was the Heart of the Hospital and it has never been the same without her. My husband was always her "Sweet Baboo" and thought the world of her. We are so Blessed to have known such a Beautiful Special Woman.
My Best Girl Friday...that was Babs. She was the epitomy of Warren Memorial Hospital when I came on board in the early 70's. I was so impressed with her ability to operate the switchboard as if it were the command and communications center of the hospital; if you needed someone or something Babs knew where to look. Looking back I often wondered if she secretly had Dennis McCarty implant chips in folks the way she could locate them back then when there were only land lines and no beepers. Babs was the capable and caring voice of the hospitals' paging system. Babs helped me get started in Front Royal. She found me my first office mgr.-ins. clerk-receptionist-girl Friday in the capable hands of her sister Bert, who saw me thru my 1st 15 years of solo practice. By then Babs had retired from the hospital and agreed to take Bert's place "for a year or so" until I could find my next girl Friday. Well Babs stayed on for 5 years and she was simply the best. I was indeed fortunate to have these 2 Cameron sisters in my practice and could not have asked for more loyal, dedicated and capable Girl Fridays. My sincere condolences to the family. I will always remember your mom and cherish the many good memories. Wayne Seipel
Babs was truly a unique and special person and I am glad that she was a part of my life for so many years. I will miss her.
Dr/Mayor, Cary, Tiffany, and Barbee. We join you in celebrating your Moms life. We love you all.
Tender thoughts to the Brown Family for yours loss. May happy memories ease your grief.