The family of the late Cameron Ralph Stouffer sadly announces his passing in Medicine Hat on Friday, October 6, 2023, after a lengthy battle with cancer.
Cameron will be forever remembered by his brothers, Gary (Brenda), Glen and Clifford; sisters, Sharon (Bill) Muir, Carol (Ron) Pinke as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents.
Born in Oyen on June 15, 1950, Cameron was the eldest son of Ralph and Anita Stouffer. He grew up and attended school in Esther and New Brigden, Alberta. Cameron skipped out of school at an early age to start his working career. He worked at many different jobs over his lifetime; including working on the railway, oil rigs, stable hand at the racetrack, taxi driver, farm hand, truck driver and electrician. He even tried his hand at gold panning in the Yukon. Cameron never forgot that Esther was his home and seemed to always return between each new adventure. He loved fishing, hunting, watercolour painting, gardening, leather work and flint knapping.
On behalf of the Stouffer family, we would like to thank Larry and Jim Ness and their families for taking Cameron under their wing, being a friend, caregiver and family to him in the last few years of his life.
Special thanks to Cypress View Seniors Home in Medicine Hat for making his last few months happy and comfortable and to Cook Southland Funeral Chapel for their professional service and exceptional support to the family in this sad time.
Dignified cremation has taken place and at Cameron’s request, no formal service will be held.
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