Obituaries

Cameron, Lisa

September 17th, 2009

lisa-cameronLisa Cameron, age 48, a life-long resident of Wilmington, died Thursday, September 17, 2009, at home, surrounded by her family following a courageous battle with cancer.

Born on May 17, 1961, in Winchester, MA, Lisa was the beloved daughter of William and Eleanor (Gillis) Cameron of Wilmington. Lisa grew up in Wilmington and was a graduate of Wilmington High School Class of 1979. Lisa was employed in the Accounting Department at the Merck Medco Company for many years until her health forced her to retire.

In her spare time, Lisa loved to travel, she enjoyed family vacations to Florida, Cape Cod and Bermuda just to name a few, she also loved to cook, especially at the holidays, always making them special for her family and friends. Lisa will be fondly remembered as kind and compassionate, she had a great personality, sense of humor, an infectious laugh, great smile, and was always willing to help others.

Lisa was a survivor, beating the odds with the many obstacles and health issues that she faced in her life, always handling them with grace, dignity, and courage. She was forever grateful to the Doctors and Nurses at Mass. General Hospital for the wonderful care that she received. Lisa set a strong example for those around her. Lisa was very loyal and devoted to her beloved family and friends, especially “her boys” Danny and Michael who she cherished as her own. Lisa left a strong mark in this world and many wonderful memories for those she loved to share. She will be truly missed by all who knew her.

Besides her parents who survive her, Lisa was the cherished sister of Kevin Cameron & his wife Denise of Claremont, NH, Erin Cameron of Andover, and Kerry Feyler & her husband Dave of Wilmington, loving aunt of Kasey, Ryan, & Anne Marie Cameron and Danny & Michael Feyler, Lisa is also survived by many devoted aunts & uncles, fabulous cousins, and dear friends.

Family & friends will gather at the Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte.62), Wilmington on Tuesday, September 22nd at 9:00 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass at St. Thomas Church, 126 Middlesex Ave., Wilmington at 10:00 a.m. Interment Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington. Visiting hours Monday, September 21st from 3-8 p.m.

Memorial donations in Lisa’s name may be made to the Mass. General Hospital Cancer Patient Fund, 55 Fruit St., Boston, MA 02114.

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23 Entries in Guest Book for “Cameron, Lisa”

  1. Jane woods says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you Kerry and Dave and your family. Love Jane

  2. Debbie Parziale says:

    Dear Kerry, Dave, Danny and Michael,

    You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I pray that you find God’s peace in knowing that Lisa is safely home in Heaven. She fought a long, hard battle and she is now at rest in the comfort of God’s loving arms.
    Please know that I am here if you need anything at all.

    Love, Debbie

  3. Melissa Scolastico says:

    Lisa will forever be in my thoughts and prayers. She was one of the most selfless and caring people I have ever met. I will miss her every day….

  4. Lisa & Frank Morande says:

    To the Cameron Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We are extemely sad to hear of Lisa’s passing. She had a special way about her. Always cared about everyone else, she was such a gentle, warm, caring person. Let the memories of Lisa bring you all comfort today & always. She will be deeply missed.

    Love, Frank & Lisa Morande

  5. john m reid says:

    my deepest simpathy to mr & mrs cameron & family of lisa.
    lisa was a wonderful person as you all know.
    i am saddened to hear of her passing.
    may god bless & rest her wonderful soul.
    john & roxanne reid

  6. Karen Reid Holcombe says:

    Lisa and i had been friends since we could walk up the street.We would stand out in the street for hours just chatting.She could find humor in everything.She was so bubblie and fun.On mothers day my 2 girls and i went to the cemetery to visit(grandma).After i suggested we give Lisa a call.My girls fell in love with her bubblie personality. She made them feel so comfortable,they felt like they knew her.Lisa made a difference in my daughters lifes. I (we) will never forget her.I plan to celebrate her life,like she would want me to. I LOVE YOU LISA

  7. Christine Blackburn Riccio says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Lisa was a good person and was well liked by all. She will be sadly missed. You are all in my prayers.

    Christine Blackburn Riccio

  8. Linda Novello says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I will miss Lisa terribly. She was a remarkable person who always put others first in her life. I am in awe of how she faced her illness with such a positive attitude and with that sense of humor, that truly was her own. I love you and will miss you my dear friend.

  9. Catherine McCarty says:

    With her grace, charm, and humor, Lisa made a difference in the lives of so many. Sympathy and love to Aunt Eleanor, Uncle Bill and family at this time of great sorrow. May Lisa rest in eternal peace.

  10. Janice Quandt says:

    To The Cameron Family – My heartfelt sorrows to all of you. Lisa has touched the hearts of so many. She had such an amazing stamina, personality, caring way, for and about others, and thoughtfulness in being all that she was. I am sure God has her in the palm of his hands, as she is one of his best. I love you dearly, Lisa, and will miss you OH so much. So long for now until we meet again, Love Ya, Janice

  11. Beth Ritchie Pidgeon says:

    Dear Mr and Mrs Cameron, I was so sorry to hear about Lisa (through some fellow classmates). I will forever remember you taking the time to come to my mother’s memorial service, it meant to so much to me and my family. I wanted to express my sincere sympathy to you and your family. Lisa was taken too soon, but know you all have some wonderful memories. I hope those memories help comfort you through this very difficult time. Beth Ritchie

  12. Donna Medeiros Blair says:

    Dearest Cameron Family, Tears are flowing as I right this to you all. Lisa was one of my dearest friends. We had a lot of fun and laughs together. I am so happy that in the past year we could still laugh with each other and try not to cry about what was to come. She knew this day was coming and was at peace with it; she was worried about how her family would cope with it all. She loved you all so much. My heart felt sympathy to you all. Mrs. and Mrs. Cameron, you should be so proud of the wonderful job you did raising such a beautiful daughter. Kevin, Erin, and Kerry you had one of the greatest gift of having Lisa for a sister. I will miss her laugh, her love, and her friendship. I am so blessed that she was in my life and my family’s life. Blair family and Medeiros family.

  13. Laura (Breen) Blair says:

    So sorry to hear about Lisa. She will be in my thoughts and prayers.

  14. Kathleen Horak says:

    I am saddened to hear of the loss of one of my classmates and I wish to extend my deepest condolences to the family and friends she leaves behind.
    Lisa was a wonderful person and will remain in my thoughts and prayers.

  15. Clarice Gillis says:

    We will always remember her positive view of life when we visited Boston. She made the simplest activities fun. She will be in our prayers and live in our memories. Montserrat Fontes & Clarice Gillis

  16. Priscilla Anderson says:

    Brian and I can not even begin to tell you how our deepest sympathy goes out to this wonderful family. Lisa will forever be in every one’s hearts and we’ll have wonderful memories for having known her. All our love. Brian & Priscilla Anderson

  17. Cindy Mucci Twombly says:

    Dear Cameron Family, Lisa is a one in a million person. I met her 40 years ago in 3rd grade at the Wildwood School. She will always be a part of my heart. I am so blessed to have been her friend. Kerry,I will always cherish getting the call from her last spring since so many years had gone by. We got to reminisce about all the happy times we spent together and shared our eternal bond of friendship with loving memories from our childhood. I told her I’ll always love her. She just never changed. Her happy disposition, sense of humor, easy going nature, caring ways and positive outlook on life were still the same. Lisa touched my life in a very special way that day to help me believe that “each day is a gift from God.”Heaven just got another angel. My love and prayers and are with you and your family. Cindy Mucci Twombly

  18. Karen (Tutela) Grondine says:

    My deepest sympathy to Lisa’s family. She was such a happy person. Always smiling. She will be in my thoughts and prayers.
    Karen (Tutela) Grondine

  19. Dave Landers says:

    I never met Lisa but I have known Eleanor and Billy for many years. I know the pain a parent feels on the loss of a child no matter how old that child is. I remember the words of the late Fr. Mackin of St. Thomas Church when he told me I had angels in heaven to look over me. You now have your very own special angel.

  20. Michele Giroux Higgs says:

    Dear Mr. & Mrs. Cameron & Family-I was so saddened to get the call from my mother today about Lisa. I have many, many fond memories of your beautiful daughter, her wonderful sense of humor and her kindness towards everyone that she met. She will forever be in my thoughts and in my heart. My prayers are with you in this sad time. I pray that my brother Kevin is there waiting for her. He loved Kizzie!

  21. The Flaherty Family says:

    Bill, Eleanor, Kevin, Erin, and Kerry,

    You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Lisa was a bright light, and wonderful and caring person…she will be forever missed. We were the lucky ones to have known her and to have had her in our lives.

  22. The Comeau Family says:

    Dear Kerry, Dave, Dan & Mike, and the rest of the Cameron family:
    We are truly sorry to hear about the loss of your sister. I just found out this evening and am sorry that we were not able to pay our respects to your family. If there is anything you need, do not hesitate to ask. That’s what neighbors are for! We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

    Gail, Greg & Tim Comeau

  23. Carolyn (Covello) Witham says:

    Eleanor , and family , I’m so sorry to hear of Lisa’s passing. I have such fond memories of Lisa going back as far as 40 years. I will always remember her bright cheerful smile. I’m sorry I did not get to pay my respects , as I just heard the sad news today. Sincerely Carol

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