We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Wilson's Funeral Chapel & Crematorium - Lacombe
Mary Barbara Camera
1939 - 2022
Mary Barbara (Mingo) Cameron
Feb 5-1939 to May 24-2022 at 83 years of age
Born in Stewiacke East, Nova Scotia, Passed away in Red Deer Regional Hospital, AB
Mary grew up in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia. Moved to Calgary, Alberta with her husband Calvin Cameron in 1961. Mary and Calvin had 7 children. Two girls and five boys. Through out her life, Mary had many jobs and hobbies varying from jewelry sales, cashier, baker, food truck chef, and the list goes on.
Mary moved to the Lacombe, Alberta area to live with her daughter Rose and her family in 1995. She enjoyed baking for her family for Christmas. She’s famous for her pies and biscuits. She will forever be missed.
She was predeceased by her parents Lester and Aleta Mingo, her husband Calvin Cameron, her brother Terry Mingo (Lynn Mingo), her sons Jack Cameron and Chris Cameron.
She is survived by Daughter Rose (Bill) Williams, grandchildren Heather Williams (Ethan Vandervelden) Matt (Chelsea) Williams, Andy (Sara) Williams; Daughter Kerri Rae (Steve Gosselin), grandchildren Allyssa (Blake) Patterson, Michelle Fourny; Son Keith (Phyllis) Cameron, grandchildren Nick Cameron, Natasha (Cody) Cameron and Calvin (Rhyleigh) Cameron; Son Richard Cameron (Cherish Funk); Son Mark Cameron, grandchildren Emma Russell (Ej Aquino), Rebecca Cameron and Kade Cameron; Grandchildren Travis Cameron and Sean Cameron; Daughter In Law Sandra Cameron, Grandchildren Nicole Cameron, Lucas Cameron, Aleta Cameron and George Halman. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews, and great grandchildren.
The Family of Mary Cameron would also like to thank the many nurses, doctors and staff of Unit 33 of the Red Deer Regional hospital for taking care of our beloved Mary.
If desired, memorial donations can be made in Mary's name to The Heart & Stroke Foundation, https://www.heartandstroke.ca/
A Celebration of Life will take place on Saturday, June 18th, 2022 at 11:00 am at Wilson's Funeral Chapel, Lacombe.
A recording of the service will be posted below, following the service for those who are unable to attend.