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Cameron D MacCUSPIC

October 7, 1956 - February 21, 2020

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Posted by:
Jodi and Rob Jackson

Posted on:
March 7, 2020

Kelsey, Rob and I are so sorry to hear about your dad. Sending you lots of love.

Posted by:
Keith MacCuspic

Posted on:
March 6, 2020

To Cameron’s family and extended family, At times like this words don’t seem to be enough. We are deeply sorry to hear of Cameron’s passing. At the end of the day all we really have is memories, I can’t help but think of the times as a young cousin excited to go to Coxheath for a week with the boys. Or the boys coming to the “mountain”. Cameron certainly had the Zest for life. He’d climb trees higher than anyone else, or inventive places to hide playing , like the time he picked the oven of the old kitchen stove. Don’t think anyone found him there , it was a wood stove, he had to get out before he was baked. He was ready to try anything. Moving to BC would be a big step for most but not for Cameron. When I think of BC I always think of Cameron. Even though the country was between us , the memories will always be just a thought away. Definitely taken from you guys too soon Take care our thoughts are with you Keith, Audrey and family

Posted by:
Audrey Yates

Posted on:
March 5, 2020

It was with great sadness that I heard about Cousin Cameron's passing. He was an incredibly open, loving and positive friend to all who knew him and he will be sadly missed. Audrey

Posted by:
Jerome Mac Isaac

Posted on:
March 2, 2020

I am deeply sorry for your loss. I grew up with your father in Troy, Nova Scotia and I can say without reservation Cameron was a great guy!!!!! I fondly remember playing baseball in "Mamies" filed and spending the day at the beach in the summer. We would swim all day, walk the train tracks and hang out in the old train station/ depot which was rarely used by CNR. If we did hear the speedy or train coming panic would settle in and we would all "run for it". I recognize the comment about Camerons "zest for life": I remember going to the beach in the winter when the "big ice" would break up. He would jump from floating ice pad to floating ice pad never getting caught to far from shore (well...at least not too often, we all ended in the ocean once or twice)... Cameron was a great athlete and would never turn down the chance to race somewhere, or away from something. We had a small farm and Cameron went through our field where he encountered our cows. He was just fast enough to get to the fence and barley evaded their horns (although he did get caught in the barb wire fence).... He was a great guy and I wish I had stayed in contact.. he will be greatly missed

Posted by:
Harold White

Posted on:
March 2, 2020

Don and Sharon, May it comfort you to know others are thinking of you in support and prayers during this difficult time. Harold White Your Classmate of ‘83 -STFX