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157 Main Street South
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Alan Glendon "Glen" Cameron

May 31, 1941 – March 12, 2018

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Condolence From: Darrickpayment@me.com
Condolence: Glen

We all have the uncle who lights up the room , the uncle who you look forward to seeing .

My youngest memories of Glen are Saturday mornings running downstairs in the am to watch cartoons and finding uncle Glen on the pull out , at that moment we knew Dads not getting up anytime soon because he was also the uncle who stays up all night with your dad drinking beers .
He was the same uncle who it’s ok to swear once or twice in front of , the uncle who made you feel it was ok to say what you feel but importantly to say what you mean .

My uncle Glen was always the cool carefree uncle but long ago we started seeing his faithful Mignonne his faithful companion and it was clear she had won his his heart and quickly she won my heart as well. Her soft spoken gentle presence was a harmonious balance to uncle red

I will never forget the family weekends or holidays as Glen could turn the room on with one sentence

Uncle Glen always would talk hockey or golf between sips of a cold beer and he would always set you straight on who was best in the league .

I now live in Edmonton not far from Rexall and the Coliseum and Glen always told me stories of his times here in Edmonton and as a kid never being to Edmonton , uncle Glen was my association to Edmonton . Yesterday as I drove past the city’s statue that used to be named City of Champions , that is how I will always associate Uncle red and Edmonton now as Champions

Glen played and seemed ruff and tuff but if you knew him he was just a solid man with with a heart as big as his personality

I never knew the story of Glen helping my mom pursue her goals to go to college and wish I could have thanked him

Sadly it takes times like this to remind me I don’t pray enough and reminds us the value of our family and loved ones .

Thoughts and prayers to fgo to all of his family but especially to Mignonne words can’t tell you the sadness in my heart and how much one just wants to hug you and tell you the how much we love you .

Instead of ending on a sad note I just want to say thank you xoxo
Saturday March 24, 2018
Condolence From: Marion Brooks
Condolence: My condolences to Mrs. Cameron and the family. I worked with Glen in the construction arm of Loblaw for many years both at the Lakeshore and Brampton offices. Glen was truly loved by all. We enjoyed him, his stories and his awesome sense humour. He was truly one of a kind. God bless you all.
Friday March 23, 2018
Condolence From: D'Arcy Closs
Condolence: I was very sorry to hear about Glen's passing. We grew up together in Kirkland and had a lot of fun and great times. We also passed time together at the K.L. luncheons and on several occasions enjoyed playing golf with him and some of our buddies. Truly a great friend that will be missed. Mignonne, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Friday March 23, 2018
Condolence From: Allan Orcheson
Condolence: First got to know Red real well during our 1956 outside summer job way back in Westree ON, where it poured rain for 17 days straight and we had to stay indoors, visiting Red with his many other friends in 1958 in the Weston Sanitarium and I'm reminded b/c frequently passing the building structure today, a suave Red chasing my teenage sister, and in more recent times just an infectious smiling person who brought fun and frivolity to us all. Red Remembered in our hearts.
Wednesday March 21, 2018
Condolence From: David & Nora Smith
Condolence: Dear Mignonne- Please accept our most sincere condolences,to you,and your family. We fondly remember our dinners together. We are thinking of you.
Monday March 19, 2018
Condolence From: Glenn and Claire Macalpine
Condolence: Mignonne and family; Claire and I were saddened to hear of Glen's passing. He was a wonderful guy and always a pleasure to be around. Enjoyed many political discussions and even though we were not always on the same page I respected his point of view.

All the best to his dear wife Mignonne. Wonderful to hear about the support being offered by family and friends.

God bless you and may he rest in peace.
Monday March 19, 2018
Condolence From: Wayne MacAlpine
Condolence: Dear Mignonne and all of Glen's family and extended family members

we were saddened to hear of Glen's passing. As an older guy, I remember Red as a boy, a really nice kid who grew like a weed in his early teens and he was indeed a very good hockey player. his excellent obituary tells a story of a generous and caring man who lived a very accomplished life , a man who loved his family and his friends and enjoyed life to the fullest, liberally offering opinions along the way. He was great to be around and will be missed but not forgotten. Rip Glen

Wayne and Stellina
Monday March 19, 2018
Condolence From: John Corbett
Condolence: Red was a great friend and wonderful human being.
I will always remember him as a political guru.
He could talk endlessly about a variety of
subjects and loved to debate issues. The last
several years we played pool together. He was not
fast EddyFelson but had some really great games.
And who could ever forget his tremendous dry wit?
He will be missed. My condolences to the family.
Monday March 19, 2018
Condolence From: Manon Quesnel
Condolence: So sad to hear about Glen. I remember him from years ago. My deepest condolences to you Tracey, your mom and family&friends.
Sunday March 18, 2018
Condolence From: Marilyn and Roch Lajoie
Condolence: Roch and I were so saddened to hear of Glennie’s passing . We will always remember with fondness, the many “kitchen table” conversations in Glengarry with family. To Mignonne and all family you have our deepest sympathy and prayers for strength.
Sunday March 18, 2018