Nancy Cameron

Nancy Cameron

Nancy Cameron



Nancy D. Cameron 64, passed away peacefully at home March 7th, 2021.  She was very much loved by her family and by employees and members at her work. She loved God with all her heart. Nancy was a one of a kind mother. She was a strong and caring woman. Raising three kids by herself and working full time she never stopped giving her best and never let anything stop her. She was the greatest mother anyone could ask for.

Nancy was born November 29th 1956 in Niles Michigan to George and Margaret Felton. Nancy went on to marry her late husband Clay Cameron who sadly passed in 1995. She enjoyed watching big brother, survivor, judge Judy and all her other shows. She also enjoyed cleaning and doing word find puzzle books in her free time.

In 1994, Nancy started working at Columbia Basin Racquet Club in the housekeeping department.  She was a hard worker and felt like she was the mother of her work.

Nancy is preceded in death by her mother Margaret, sister Kathy, brother Dennis, daughter Andrea, daughter Amanda (Will), and her son Jonathan. Her grandchildren Alexis, Dominic, and Kiera. Her niece Heather (Durell) and her nephew Shawn (Dejah). Along with many cousins and other nieces and nephews.

Nancy’s Celebration of life will be held on March 19th at 1pm at Grace and Truth Community Church, 1301 Bombing range road, west Richland with a potluck reception to follow. Pastor Dustin Meyers will be officiating the service.

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  • I came to know her as she worked at CBRC. She was the real thing, hard working, always upbeat, inspiring. I will miss her.
    Judge Dennis J. Sweeney, Retired

    Dennis J Sweeney
    March 30, 2021
  • Dear Cameron Family,

    I’m very sorry for your loss. May Nancy rest in peace and peace be with all of you during this time of grieving. She was such a wonderful human being whose family meant everything to her.

    Nancy was a tireless worker at CBRC who had tireless energy and a constant small on her face and greeted members with joy. She was a admired member of the CBRC team for 25+ years, and will be terribly missed by ownership, fellow employees, and members alike.

    May God rest her soul.

    Fred La Mothe

    Fred La Mothe
    March 22, 2021
  • To the family of Nancy…she was the true essence of a women with a joyful heart. Everyone she met and was around she left her imprint on. I’m glad our paths crossed in this life! REST IN PEACE God knows you deserve it!

    Roger & Doreen Sargent
    March 19, 2021
    Gig Harbor , WA
  • Nancy-you truly are one of a kind, RIP.

    March 11, 2021
  • Nancy you will be greatly missed. We grew up together as neighbors and friends and found one another years later on fb. I will think of you every time I make no-bake cookies and the childhood memories we shared. RIP my friend until we meet again. Prayers for your family and may God bless.

    March 11, 2021
  • Rest in peace Nancy, you had to go way too soon and you’re going to be so missed by your family. You’ve left me with nothing but great memories when we were together as kids. A wonderful cousin.

    Deborah Hershberger
    March 10, 2021
    Newark, ohio
  • I love and miss my mom! She was the best! 😭

    Amanda L Mann
    March 10, 2021
  • My heart goes out to you and the family there baby, I love you and wish I was able to be there

    March 10, 2021
    Corsicana, Tx
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