Cameron WEBB

Cameron WEBB

WEBB; Cameron Newton Das

It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to Cameron Newton Das Webb, 33, of Abbotsford, BC. Cam died suddenly of a suspected heart attack on April 2nd, 2016 in Vancouver, Washington while on a work trip with his cousin Ross Webb.

Cam leaves behind his beautiful and loving wife Kim and their two daughters, Kerala (2 years) and Abigail (10 months); parents Mala and Chuck; sisters Jocelyn (Justin) and Jenna (Christian); and nephews and niece (Lachlan, Jovan, Ava) and many family and friends who loved him dearly. Cam met the love of his life, Kim, when he was 21. Together they enjoyed travelling before buying a house and starting a family. Cam and his cousin Ross owned a thriving road marking business, Infinite Road Marking (incorporated 2007). They formed the business venture in their early twenties and now have contracts all over the province in a rapidly accelerating business. Cam and his cousin Ross were not only great business partners but loving cousins who acted more like brothers. Cam was a truly exceptional person who had a vibrant personality, always making people laugh. He made friends with everyone. Cam cared deeply for his family and friends and touched the lives of all he met. He also had a deep love for music. You were taken too young from us Cam. A light has darkened here on Earth, but you have ignited two

others, for you left behind two beautiful souls. You will always be loved and missed. The Celebration of Life for Cam will be held on Sunday, April 10 at 2pm, at Sevenoaks Alliance Church, 2575 Gladwin Road, Abbotsford – with a reception to follow. Those who wish to wear sports jerseys or other sports attire to the service may do so in honour of Cameron and his love of sports. In lieu of flowers, donations in Cameron’s name can be made to either the BC Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Salvation Army.

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