September 30, 1938 ~ August 5, 2017

Born in: Laramie, Wyoming,
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Carl Cameron, 78, born September 30, 1938, passed away August 5, 2017. Survived by his wife of 42 years, June; special grandson, Daniel; daughters, Linda Avery, Karen (Gordon)Smith, Debbie Broderick and Tracy Gallegos; son, David (Tracy) Klamm; grandchildren, Scott, Amy, Michelle, Rebecca Avery, Matt, and Ali Smith, Rodney Jr and Kaylee Broderick, Kayla, Andrea and A.J. Gallegos, Andrew Marrillo, Lovae Castillo, Chris Alvey, Nicole Marttila, Michael, Matthew and Tabitha; great-grandchildren, Braun, Logan, Caleb, Kenlie, Emily, Madason, Casey, Andy, Aiden, Andrew, Jesus, Jaelynn, Amelia, Erien, Caleb, Isaac, Jamin, Cash and CJ; special companion, Tank; and many nieces and nephews. Carl retired from the Colorado State Patrol. He will be truly missed by all who knew him. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Friday, August 11, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences, MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. To all who knew my Step Dad, Carl was one absolutely amazing man who would do anything for anyone at any time. He is watching over us. He wouldn’t have it any other way. My thoughts and prayers go out to every single person in our Family and all of his friends who will miss him every day. I am so thankful he always has been and always will be, part of my life, and I love him dearly.

  2. Dear June and family. I lived next door to Carl in belmont. What a great guy. Kind friendly and always smiling. All my love please hold your memories close you will find comfort in them

  3. I am so very sorry to hear of Carl’s passing…….I never saw him without a smile and a pleasant greeting for me. He was more than just a postal customer to me……besides being Debbie’s step-dad, he was just a very wonderful man who always made my day a little brighter. May he rest in peace now…….

  4. Dear June, I am so sorry to hear of Carl’s passing. I know you will miss him. I will not be able to attend his service as I am leaving Tuesday morning to go visit Brian in Grand Junction. Give my best to his daughters. Love, Anna Marie

  5. Dear June, Its been many years since I moved away from Pueblo to Grand Junction, but I still have many fine memories and friends still there in Pueblo.
    Carl and I worked together as motor officers with the CSP from 1974 t0 1980 when I took a position with GJPD. Carl was always there for me and my family through thick or thin. He was and will always be in my thoughts and prayers. “Till we meet again my friend”. Sorry, I can’t make his memorial service.. Please accept my condolences June and your family. Take care, God bless.

  6. I worked with Carl when I was first promoted to sergeant in Pueblo. He taught me a lot and had some great stories. My condolences to the family. Carl was a great Trooper and great family man. He will be missed by many.

  7. Dear Aunt June, we are so sorry for your loss. I wish we could be there with you and the rest of the family but we are there in spirit. May peace be in your heart. All our love. Love, Scotty, Toni, Erika and Jessica Middleton.

  8. Dear Mrs. Cameron and all the children and family,
    I want to offer my sincere condolences to you on the loss of your husband, father, and grandfather. Death is such a difficult thing I know this all too well…but please take comfort in the fact that there is a hope for the future to see our loved ones again – John 5:28,29 says that ‘all those in the memorial tombs will come out’. I know this has brought me and my family much comfort and I hope it does the same for you and your family. My sympathy goes out to you all.

  9. I attended the CSP Academy with Carl. We also worked together on MCSAP throughout the State.

    My condolences to your family.

    Thoughts and prayers to you all.

  10. June and family, I have so many happy memories of Carl, from the lake to him pulling me over on my way to school just to say Hi. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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