Cath (Catherine Helen) Cameron

Born on 7 January 1967
Passed away on 2 April 2019
Late of Lower Hutt
Aged 52 years
CAMERON, Cath (Catherine) Helen, (nee Everson):on 2 April 2019 suddenly at Wellington Hospital. Deeply loved wife and best friend of Chris... Read more
On 29 March, 2019, we picked up “Pixie Floof”, from her doggie mum and dad’s place.  We stopped at the hospital to show Cath and she was so happy to see her, and excited about coming home the next day to spend time with her!
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Will miss you alot the next few months will be hard on alot of people because of this tragedy. We may have not got along from time to time but your still my aunty and this still hits me hard. Im mainly gonna miss christmas and guy fawkes day with you and all the fun we had. I could write some more but what im mainly trying to say is i love anf miss you and ill see you when i get there xo
Mickey signed the Guest Book
You’re irreplaceable and there will always be a piece of me missing, where you completed me.

Love you forever.
Chris Cameron signed the Guest Book
You were m wife and my best friend. You’ll never be replaced in my heart, no matter where I go, I promise you’ll be always in my thoughts. Dalt, Ant, and I will ensure your memory goes on.
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I feel her loss greatly and can only imagine how her family must feel. I pray they get through this tough time and am thinking of them and their deep sorrow
Tracy Delegarde signed the Guest Book
I never had the pleasure of actually meeting Cath, but we talked about it often and how much fun we would have and trouble we could possibly get into together. Cath had a beautiful soul, and I am very glad to have know her for the short year that I have. She has made me laugh and made me cry. We giggled together and gossiped together. She was my friend and I shall miss her dearly. I will strive to be as wonderful a person as she was to everyone. God couldn't wait any longer to have such a beautiful angel at his side and called her home. I see you riding your unicorn across the heavens Cath watching over those you cared about. Rest in peace beautiful lady. You shal be missed and remembered by many the least of which will be me your friend from Canada.
Tracy Delegarde lit a candle for Cath (Catherine Helen) Cameron
I met Cath through Emma and spent some time getting to know Cath and her family when we visited. Cath was kind funny and really good at making cupcakes and also very good at making quilts for kids! I'm feel very glad to have met Cath and feel so sad I never took the time to bring Eve to meet her Cath sent presents over for Eve and I feel so grateful for that. I will forever treasure the memories of your hospitality and kindness towards my self and always making me feel apart of the family ⚘
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