David Cameron

David J. Cameron

May 16, 1947 - August 18, 2020
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David Joseph Cameron, age 73, died on Tuesday, August 18 at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis from complications arising from COVID-19. He was born on May 16, 1947 in Akron, Ohio to Joseph and Violet Cameron. His family moved to Silver Spring, Maryland when he was very young. David served in the United States Army during Vietnam and later graduated from the University of Maryland. For over 38 years, David served the people of Maryland as a State Trooper, retiring in 2005 as a Sergeant. He continued to serve the state and his fellow Troopers as the Maryland Troopers’ Association Lodge 1 President. David married Mary Elizabeth Hale in December 1967 and together had three children. He is survived by his beloved wife of 53 years, Mary; son Jacob, his wife Jennifer, and two grandchildren, Joseph and Eleanor; son Jared, his wife Patricia, and three grandchildren, Tyler, Mary and Jessica; and brothers Bruce, Keith, and Phillip. David was preceded in death by his daughter Jessica and his parents Joseph and Violet. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider making a donation to: “Strolling With Sammy” at:
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Renee Crampton

Posted at 10:44pm
I worked with Dave for years. Always welcomed me in the morning with his charm and laughter. He was truly a dear friend to so many. They don’t make them like him anymore. I didn’t get the chance of meeting his wife and children but my heart aches for you. I know 209 Duke Street will never be the same. Dave was a great man.

Renee Crampton Posted at 10:45pm

Correction 200 Duke Street

Renee Crampton Posted at 10:45pm

Correction 200 Duke Street

Renee Crampton Posted at 10:45pm

Correction 200 Duke Street

Cara Halverson

Posted at 09:24pm
I worked as an attorney in Calvert and seeing Dave’s face everyday let me know the world was ok. He was just such a comforting figure. I’m heartbroken but know he’s with god watching down on all of us. We’ll miss you, Dave.

Dr. Bonny Mitchell

Posted at 12:22pm
I have had the pleasure of knowing Dave for over 10 years. My staff and I were very saddened to hear of his passing. Dave was a very special man in so many ways. His warm and friendly personality, his witty and funny jokes that had us laughing every time he would visit. We will miss him dearly and feel very blessed to have had the chance to get to know him.
Dr. Bonny Mitchell
Jessie Warren, Kelly Blankenship, Jenny Ilgenfritz and Patti Wolfe

Bill Barnhart

Posted at 08:44am
What fun we all had together playing softball for Mayo and just laughing during and after the games. Been a long while but you will be certainly missed.
Bill Barnhart

Karla & Ken Diaz

Posted at 11:12pm
Mary, Jake, Jared and families,
Ken and I so enjoyed our time together as our children went from nursery through high school. Dave was a devoted South River sports booster! We send our heartfelt condolences to you all.

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