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Brian  Cameron

Brian Laurence Cameron

Wednesday, June 25th, 1952 - Thursday, February 18th, 2021
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With heavy hearts the family of Brian Cameron of Forfar and Kingston announce his passing early February 18, 2021 at Kingston General Hospital. Fondly remembered by his daughter Shaya (Jeff) of Kingston, Brandon (Nichole) of Tamworth and Shane (Ashley) of Sandhurst. Missing their adoring Grampy are Dylan, Blake, Kayla and Loretta. Survived by his only sister Donna (Ed) Moon of Perth. Remembered by the children’s mother Janet (Syd) of Camden East, his sister-in-law Linda (Jack) Poirier of Perth and several nieces and nephews. Brian was predeceased by his parents Donald and Anna (nee MacDougall) and brothers Ken and Doug. As per Brian’s wishes cremation has taken place. Brian was happiest sitting abroad a horse or training one with all his children. Due to Covid-19 there will be no service at this time. In honour of Brian please consider a donation to Willow Creek Newfoundland Pony Rescue 2351 Christie Lake Road, Perth, Ontario K7H 3C6 cheques can be made payable to Wayne Jordan or Korrine Affleck or e-transfers can be sent to or the Canadian Cancer Society 496 Days Road Kingston, Ontario K7M 5R4.

Cowboy’s Last Ride
Saddle Up, Cowboy. This was truly your life.
Loving the horses, And always loving to ride.
You sat tall in that saddle, And you rode so well.
You were one true Cowboy. This anyone could tell.
Your Cowboy Hat, You wore it with pride.
Those Cowboy boots walked many a mile.
Now your life on Earth is over. God has plans for you.
So Saddle up, Cowboy. This will be a journey for you.
God will lead you up to Heaven, And he ride at your side.
So once again, Saddle up, Cowboy. It’s time for your final ride.
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Shaya Cameron

Posted at 06:40pm
I love you always Dad
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Mary Arnold

Posted at 05:53pm
Brian had a heart as big as the sky. I remember him riding Trout and me, a funny pony named Tundra...and laughing so hard. Brian said I was having way too much fun. And, Shaya, I picture you galloping on Trout with your hair streaming out behind you (no helmet, bad girl)...a golden girl on a golden horse. Remember going to the sugar bush, taking the horse drawn sleigh and going to the pancake house?
He also did a lot of work for me on my funny ol' house. He was skilled and meticulous. He was willing to put his hand to whatever I asked, and I knew I could trust him.
And so many other things my heart will never forget.
Oh Brian, I will miss you so much.
Mary Arnold

Shaya Cameron Posted at 06:28pm

Mary thank you for your kinds words, he will be missed so much 🤍

Dan DOwney

Posted at 09:38am
To the Cameron Family

We got to know Brian through our good neighbors Ed and Donna Moon. After he moved to Forfar we seen quite a bit of him in Toledo doing carpentry at the Moons. He was also willing to help us out with chores and keeping our little farm going when we were away last year. I know his family will miss him and we offer our condolences to all of them and to the Moons.

Dan and Vicki Downey.

Shaya Cameron Posted at 06:29pm

Thank you 🤍

Susan Cross

Posted at 07:42am
Brian, was a good, honest and kind man. He often worked on projects I had around the house. And, yes, horses often came up in our conversations. I witnessed the love and quiet patience he had for his grandchildren. I won't forget him.
Susan Cross

Donna Moon Posted at 01:59pm

Thanks for those kind words .They mean a lot to us

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