Cameron Atkinson

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Cameron Atkinson, age 71 of Westlake, OH, passed away peacefully Friday, May 13th 2022; surrounded by her family.  She was born February 24, 1951 in Newark, OH to Glenn and Mary Roberts.  She is survived by her two children: Amanda (Uriel) Castillo-Atkison, Lesley (Kenton) Crabb, four granddaughters, Kaitlyn, Keira, Kenzie, Isabelle, sister Amy (Rick), brother Scott (Chris), two nephews Michael (Maddie), Brian (Julia, and many dear friends.  Cameron was proceeded in death by her parents.

She was a devoted mother, grandmother, sister, and friend.  She enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren, reading books, and attending “happy hour” whether at a local establishment or a friend’s house, and sharing her opinions with those that would listen.  She was a role model of strength and determination.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Kids’ Book Bank a non-profit located in Cleveland, OH.

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  1. Ann Callander says:

    So sorry to hear about Cammie’s passing. We were great friends when we were at Roosevelt elementary. In those days we went home for lunch and I can’t count the number of times we had lunch together – always Campbell’s soup, usually bean w/bacon. Our mothers should have bought stock. We both loved to read and between us I think we had every Nancy Drew book ever written.
    My condolences to Amy, Scott and Cammie’s children.

  2. Tim Houdeshell says:

    Rest In Peace, Cammie. Was honored to be a classmate at Roosevelt Jr. High and Newark High School. Was invited to spend some quality time with her a few times on Fairfield Avenue in Newark. I’ll always cherish the great memories of Cammie.

  3. Deb Lacey Armstrong says:

    So sorry to hear.
    Prayers to the Families
    Class of “69” RIP Classmate

  4. Dave “Goose” GRUNDIES says:

    So sorry to hear this! Cammie was one of the Cool ones from RJHS and Nerk HS. She allowed me to date her once which raised my Dow Jones rating. RiP Cammie!!

  5. Margaret Miller says:

    Cammie and I went to school together graduating from Newark High in 1969. I will always remember her smile. So sorry for your loss.

  6. Tracie (Wood) Troia says:

    I was so sorry to hear this. Sending deepest sympathies to you all. She was a strong force and will not be forgotten. Her passion for reading (and public libraries!) has always resounded with, and inspired, me.

  7. Stacey Bigley says:

    Our deepest condolences go out to Cam’s entire family and close friends. My husband (Brian) and I had the pleasure of being Cam’s neighbor and friend in Westlake for just over 10 years. What an energy Cam was. I used to love to make her laugh and that was an easy task. She loved to poke fun at me and I would dish it back to her just as quickly. We shared a mutual love for gardening and just being outside enjoying natures beauty and having conversation with good neighbors. I will miss her greatly.

    Stacey and Brian Bigley