Todd Andy Cameron

Cameron: Todd Andy born March 2, 1970 passed away suddenly on February 27, 2017. Todd was predeceased by his maternal grandparents Bama & Bampa (Bob & Janice Cameron) and his Auntie Rossy. Todd is survived by his mother’s/parents Deborah Cameron & Joanne Little, his children Quinton, Whitney, & Harley, grandchildren Ayrikah & Brendin, and his siblings Jess & Lee Little. Todd was also predeceased by his paternal grandparents Bart & Cecilia Charpentier and his Step Mother Louise. He is survived by his father Andy Charpentier, and his siblings Amanda, Christina & Calvin. Todd spent his first twelve years attending elementary school in Kelowna with his siblings, and his best friend Chad, forming a strong bond with the Bigatini family. Many times a week he enjoyed his favorite meal of spaghetti with his extended Italian family. Todd looked forward to spending the summer in Kamloops every year with his father, step mother, and his siblings and had a lot of fond memories of that time. Todd had a very close relationship with his siblings Lee and Jess. They were inseperable, and did everything together. Todd was always very protective of them both, and had Lee’s back in high school. Todd’s family moved their business to Victoria in the 80’s. Entering high school there, he met and became best friends with Scott Lammie. They played soccer together for years, coming in 2nd in the BC Soccer Finals. Todd, Lee, and Scott all graduated from Oak Bay High in Victoria. During this time, Todd also studied martial arts, and later passed on his skills by teaching children. He also worked in a care home as a school project, taking care of the elderly with dementia. In 1998 our family moved back to Kelowna to make it our life-long home. Throughout Todd’s life he had a very close relationship with Bama & Bampa, Auntie Rossy, Uncle Maurice, Uncle Robin, cousins Tami, Jayme, & Rusty Ross, Christopher & Rusty Cameron, and Grandma & Grandpa Little. Todd was a strong, brave man, yet kind and gentle too. He was a wonderful son, father, and uncle. Todd had a very special connection with his nieces Vanessa & Meghan. His sense of humor and his sense of humanity were both very endearing qualities. Todd was always kind and helpful to everyone. He never gossiped nor spoke poorly of anyone. He always worried about and took care of the underdog. Todd was not prejudiced, or bigoted in any way. Just a big accepting heart with unconditional love. Todd was very skilled. Both white and blue collar, he was able to multi-task on may levels. He became a journeyman sprinkler fitter and always proudly said, “there is nothing that I don’t know about pipe”. Juxtaposed with that job, he found time to tour with countless well known International concert artists helping with production and security, and later spent many years with the re-development and renovation of the Heartland family ranch. Todd’s biggest achievements were his three children, whom he loved deeply. Spending time on the lake, playing soccer, hiking on the ranch, going to movies, playing music, telling jokes, playing FIFA with his boys, are all things he loved to do with his three children. We will miss you for the rest of our lives sweetheart! You were a very good man. There are few like you on this Earth. There is so much more we could have learned from you. Thank you for being a wonderful son sweetheart! I love you. Your Mum forever! If you would like to attend Todd’s Celebration of Life please contact: Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting Arrangements entrusted with First Memorial Funeral Services, Kelowna. 250-762-2299

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