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CHEAL, Cameron Kenneth

Passed away from cancer on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at the age of 63.  He is survived by his loving wife of 38 years, Candace; daughters: Jenna Cheal (Ash Christopher) of Toronto, Lauren Cheal of Vancouver, and Taryn Cheal (Ben Jeffery) of Vancouver; 6-month old granddaughter, Alice Christopher-Cheal; brothers Barry (Joanne) Cheal of Kitchener ON, Brent (Coleen) Cheal of Calgary AB, and Todd (Lois) Cheal of Winnipeg MB; numerous nieces, nephews and extended family; and many friends here in Canada as well as in the USA.  Cameron is predeceased by his parents Bert and Pearl, and in-laws Doug and Sheila Liggins.  No Service by request.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, www.cancer.ca. If you wish to send a condolence, post photos or share a memory, please scroll down the page to the area called “Share Your Condolences.”

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  • Don Cusson says:

    Candace my deepest condolences to you and the girls

  • Bev Halvorsen says:

    Candace, Jenna,Lauren,Taryn and family. So sorry about Cam. Gone too soon. My sincere condolences.

  • Emil and Brenda Roller says:

    Sending our love and thinking of each and everyone of you at this time!!!

  • Todd and Michelle(Roller)Kulcsar says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

  • John Murphy says:

    Candace and family. You are in our prayers. I only knew Cam for the 5 years working in Alaska. He was always positive, caring and a great guy. We will miss him.
    Love John and Arlene

  • Shelly, Glenn, Lucas & Emily says:

    We are thinking of you and the girls- so sad to get this news. It’s been a hard road for you all. Much love to you, old friend xo

  • Betty Cusson says:

    My heart breaks for all of you, such a great guy. Hold your memories close. We had so many great times with your family at the lake and were blessed to have shared that time. I remember the great times Candice when you two were dating and Ron & I would come to Vancouver we had such Fun. Also the times at Emma Lake were great, we got to enjoy your girls so much when they were small. I know those two are on the golf course together now.

  • Darcy O'Grady says:

    Candi, I am stunned and now understand why Cam hasn’t returned my emails. We spent some of our best early years together learning a lot about growing up and having tremendous fun. As you know he was one of my very best / closest buddies. As you know we were still able to keep in touch over the years and I always enjoyed having him join us for our annual golf event. A genuinely great person. My heart is broken today. I will call you in the next couple of weeks. My cell is 604 603 9900 and my email is darcy.ogrady@shaw.ca. I do want to talk. Love Darcy

  • Don Clipperton says:

    … always a smile … always something positive to say … a sharp wit … a great sense of humour … missed by so many.

    I am so appreciative of having the privilege to have known Cam from “just a few years” ago … high school.
    My sincere condolences and best wishes to Candace and family.

  • Maureen and Peter Bennett says:

    Candace, we were so very sorry to hear this sad news. We have many wonderful memories from Alaska and how kind yourself and Cam were to us when we arrived. Sending condolences and hugs to you and the girls.

  • Jill Pachell says:

    Candace, I am sorry for your loss. My fond memories from working with Cam at Imperial include great stories about working in Alaska and his cheery attitude day in and day out. His perpetually positive disposition was such a rare trait and will be missed.

  • Hank and Brenda Bensmiller says:

    Very, very saddened to get this news. We shared a lot of good times in Anchorage… watching New Years fireworks from your house up above town, working / fishing / playing racquetball with Cam. Always enjoyed his quick wit and easy going style. His memories stay with us and we send our deepest condolences.

  • Anthony Vanderplaats and Marcia Bertschi says:

    Barry, Very sorry to hear that your brother, Cam, is no longer with us, but I’m sure he is now pain free and happy back in a wonderful place.

  • Sharon Klinot says:

    I am honored and blessed to have know Can. Candace, Jenna,Lauren,Taryn and family please accept my condolences. Take care

  • Gayle Reynish formerly Kachur says:

    I have not seen Cam or any of the Cheal family since I was 14 — 51 years ago.

    We had so much fun as kids golfing at the Emma Lake Course–always a happy guy.

    Very sad that Cam was taken so young. from his wife and children.

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