Cameron Monture Jr.

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MONTURE:  Cameron Brant Jr.

The family of Cam Monture, Jr. sadly announce his passing on January 15, 2019 at Iroquois Lodge.  Predeceased by parents Cam, Sr. (1993) & Reta (2015), and sister, Anne (2017).  Left to mourn are his sister, Kathie & husband Denny Wilson, daughters, Erinn (and daughter, Amy), and Sara (and sons, Sam and Evan).  Uncle to Karen (Dan), Kelly, Sam (Ken), Ron, Kim, Lisa, and Mike (Amanda).  Survived by several great nieces & nephews, many cousins, and especially by Aunt Jo.  He will be missed by his good friend and roommate, Darryl Longboat.  Special thanks to Karen and Sam for their loving care of Uncle Cam while at Iroquois Lodge.  Cremation has taken place.  A Celebration of Life to be held at Styres Funeral Home, Ohsweken on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 2 pm. (with visitation 1 hour prior to service).  www.rhbanderson.com

Condolences

Posted by Aunt Jo on
Cammie will be missed but knowing he is no longer suffering with confusion and cloudy memories is a blessing.HVBLJAd
Posted by Carla and Wayne Miller on
Sincere condolences to the entire family
Posted by Pastor Thomas Baucom on
I always made it a point to speak to Cam as we came in the Lodge for Church services. He always had a quit and humble spirit about him. We sure will miss Mr. Monture sitting in the front lobby watching all that went on and passed by.
I wished I had got to meet him years ago.
Pastor Baucom
Posted by Jenn on
Rip cam. I met cam about 25 years ago via a mutual friend. His personality and spirit made his physical being glow brightly. Cam had a beautiful Aura surrounding him and he was always smiling and telling amazing stories of his life
I loved to sit there and listen to him engage me into his imagination. Although I haven't seen cam in a few years, he will always hold a fond place in my memories and heart. Ona cam, we will meet once again to share stories in the future...
Posted by Claudine VanEvery-Albert on
Cam and I were friends in 'our salad days'. Our families had been friends and distant relations and therefore I knew Cam pretty much all my life. He always had a wicked sense of humour. Although we had not seen each other for many years, we became re-acquainted when he was at the Lodge during the same period as my mother, Mary/Penny VanEvery Bloomfield. As he always sat in the Lodge entryway and perhaps could have been given the title of Official Greeter, I often sat and had a little chat with Cam who certainly remembered me as he said. In the early days when he sat in the entryway, he often would call me aside and asked me to help him 'blow this joint and go to Hagersville for a beer'. Although we never did go to Hagersville, I always enjoyed the look on his face and the big smile when he asked! Cam will be missed. I hope he is playing euchre somewhere with Rita and Anne. ~Friend Dicki
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