Jack Cameron

In Memorial

passed away peacefully from this earth on March 20,2013. He is predeceased by his daughter Lisa (Ross) Pearson, to mourn, his wife of 58 yrs Marlene, daughter Shawn, son Brad, grandchildren Alexis (Bryan),Nealy (Mike), Michael(Connie), Connor (Andy) and great grandchild Blake Cameron Pearson. Jack will be sorely missed by a large circle of family & friends. He lived life to the fullest and loved every minute of it. We’re sure he will be sadly missed by the Pitt Meadows Snooker Team to which he had belonged to for many years. Prayers will be held Monday March 25th at 8PM at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church 22587-121st Ave. Maple Ridge. Funeral Mass will be at 12:30 PM on Tuesday at St. Patrick’s.

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  1. Leslie Hjort-Olsen

    I’m so sorry to hear about Jack’s passing. His smile was contagious. My deepest condolences to you all.

    Leslie Hjort-Olsen
    Daughter of John & Helen Nykoluk

  2. My condolences to Marlene and family on your loss. I met Jack 15 years ago through the Snooker Club and he was well thought of by all of our members as well as the players throughout league. He always expressed his love for his wife and family through his actions. He never had a bad word to say about anyone, was a great competitor, good sport and will be sadly missed by us all. Mal hanczik

  3. My condolences to Marlene and family- my thoughts are with you.
    The world has lost one of the really good guys.
    I feel very lucky to have been a friend of Jack’s, and shared so many good times, back in our ball playing days. The old Andres Ball Club had its share of characters and Cactus Jack was a member in good standing. The laughs were plentiful, the parties were legend, and it was not unheard of for Jack to break into a tune or two- often involving a Johnnie Ray impression.
    I loved Jack’s love of life, his competitive spirit and his infectious smile – he was fun to be around.
    God Bless You, Cactus Jack

  4. Marlene and family, Don and I are saddened to hear of Jack’s passing. Don has been recalling his memories of Jack in his baseball days and visiting at the Wilde home over the years. So many years- so many memories – God bless you as you mourn “a good guy” with an infectious smile.

  5. Our thoughts go out to Marlene and family. I worked with “Cactus Jack: at Andres Wines until he left for Poco Building Supplies. We will miss his humor and always smiling face.
    Doris and Ron Nessel

  6. Liz and Grover Campbell

    We are so sorry to hear of Jack’s passing ,he was a great guy,alwas with a smile on his face.Jack will be missed

  7. Glenn, Kelly and Kids

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. My memories of uncle Jack telling his stories with such fun and passion will always be with me. He was such a wonderful guy , we’ll miss him . Our love Glenn& Kelly

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