Christopher A. CAMERON

Wethersfield, Woodstock, Connecticut


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CAMERON, Christopher A. Christopher A. Cameron, 44, passed away peacefully on Monday, (August 22, 2011), at the Albany Medical Center. Born in Hartford on August 29, 1966, Christopher is the son of Miller and Ann Cameron of Wethersfield. He attended school in Wethersfield and graduated...

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christopher! i miss you and remember how you welcomed me into the monastery and so many others, and made that experience good for people, a portal of welcoming as it could always be! i remember what we experienced together, and i thought we would both survive or both die. we will always be close. i am praying for you, and imagine you in a clear and loving place....or path of peace...or wherever you wish to be....happy birthday

I just learned of Chris' passing today. My brother Fred sent me a message that he heard a tribute to Chris on WWUH. I am truly saddened to know that Chris has left us.

Chris and I were friends from the first time we met in the 1980s when he had a show on WHUS. I lived in Willimantic at the time, and we exchanged many recordings ... he turned me on to much, and I did the same for him (especially German recordings) ... I still remember interviewing him for my column in the...

it has been almost a year...christopher was my best friend, my soul twin for the two years before his death...he asked me to take these photos after his first operation...i went back to the site of the pond today, first praying for a sign from my dear angel, and there in the field was his if had only left the is a film of rememberence i would give anything to hear one of his puns..see that shy smile..the sudden laugh...hold...

Dear Mr&Mrs.Cameron,
I just learned of Chris's passing. I am so sorry for his loss. He was my best childhood friend. We would play four hours on end.He was such a smart,funny kid. I think we watched every startrak episode.
It was nice having you next door. I know Chris ismsmiling down on us. Finola (coyne) Egan

I just heard about Christopher's passing today. I am so very sorry for your loss. I will continue to hold all the childhood and high school memories of him close to my heart. The world is a better place because Chris was in it.

I knew and loved Christopher so much. Having just found out tonight about his passing, I am truly heartbroken that I didn't have one last chance to see his wonderful smile. I will remember him and the way he touched my life, forever.

Mr. & Mrs. Cameron & family,

Chris and I met a couple of years ago. We knew each other for a brief time. He came to visit me in New York City while I was recovering from major surgery. He was kindly, warm-hearted, and smart. He was like a flame, bright and inspiring. Unfortunately, we lost touch, but I always remembered him fondly and wondered how he was doing in the woods of New York State. No matter where I traveled-across states, continents, and time, I fondly remembered...

photographer: Christopher Cameron

Found another of Christopher's photos today....

I will never forget you, we shared quite a few phone conversations, and always will remember you as a standup guy. I only regret not to ever have met you in person. Rest in peace, My deepest sympathy and regards to his family.