CAMERON – Lindsay Lochiel

Born on October 27, 1930. Passed away July 3, 2021.

Dearly beloved and loving husband of Dawn. Passed away on Saturday July 3, 2021 after 40 wonderful years together. A spirited, courageous and much loved Dad to Chris, Toni and David, Tracey and Fred. Proud as punch Pop to Gemma, Nick, Steph, Shanny, Samantha, Ben, Toby and partners. Great pop to Eden and Willow.

Respected step-father to Mark and Jennie Saunders.

Pop to Melissa and Paige and their partners Simon and Robert.

A Long, Happy Life Well Lived

Lifting The Spirits Of Many

 

 

 

Funeral Notice
Latrobe Valley Funeral Services Chapel 260 Princes Highway, Traralgon
The Funeral Service and Committal for Cremation of Mr Lindsay Cameron will be live streamed from Latrobe Valley Funeral Services Chapel, 260 Princes Highway Traralgon on Monday July 12, 2021 commencing at 1.30pm.

To view this live stream, please click here.
Tributes
  1. So sad to hear of dear Lindsay’s passing. Sending our sincere sympathy to Dawn & all extended families.
    A beaut friend to Fay & Sid (dec) Minter & family.
    Will miss his smiling cheer; which always brightened your day when u saw him.

    Fay Minter July 5, 2021
  2. A wonderful man. Gentlemen like Lindsay don’t come along very often. You were one in a million. Our love to Dawn, his beloved wife.
    Robyn and Dennis Hammond

    Robyn Hammond July 5, 2021
  3. Always a hello and time for a chat , rest easy Lindsay. Condolences to all the family.

    Jenny Bland July 5, 2021
  4. A true gentleman, always with a smile on his face and a cheery hello. Deepest sympathy to Dawn and family. RIP Lindsay and may the greens role true.
    Rosemary and Bob Lorenz.

    Rosemary Lorenz July 6, 2021
  5. So sorry to hear of the passing of Lindsay. What a wonderful gentleman with the wicked twinkle in his eyes. Always had time to talk to you. Enjoyed the many years that I worked with him in the late 1960’s. Love to Dawn and family.
    Pam & Trevor Fletcher (previously Pam Griffiths who lived in Greys St.)

    Pam Fletcher July 6, 2021
  6. A true gentleman who will be sorely missed. There are many farmers who are indebted to Lindsay for his service, empathy and manners over the years. Our condolences to Chris and family. Shane & Toria Patten

    Shane & Toria Patten July 6, 2021
  7. One of the finest men I have walked beside . V fond memories

    Alex Arbuthnot July 6, 2021
  8. Repected neighbour from our first days in Orbost in 1955,
    deepest sympathy to all the families.
    Ross and Mim Tucker

    Ross Tucker July 6, 2021
  9. Fond memories of Lindsay when I was new to farming. He always made me feel at ease. Condolences to all.
    Sue Bolton
    Xx

    Sue Bolton July 6, 2021
  10. Condolences to Dawn, Chris, Tracey, Toni, Mark and Jenny and families on the loss of Lindsay. A very respected friend of David, Tricia Matthew and Shaun Tosch and families
    Hoo Roo Mate. Catch you on the other side.

    David Tosch July 7, 2021
  11. A wonderful neighbour and friend for many years. Thoughts and prayers with Dawn and family at this sad time.

    Maria, Lisa and Brett Millsom July 8, 2021
  12. Our condolences to Dawn & all of the family. Lindsay employed me at Gippsland & Northern in 1968. Lots of great memories in the old Traralgon Saleyards, farewell mate
    Max & Maria O ‘Doherty & family

    Max O’Doherty July 8, 2021
  13. Our world is poorer with the loss of Lindsay.
    A truly gorgeous gentleman who always greeted you with a smile and a chat.
    Our thoughts are with Dawn and their family

    Carolyn and Rick Heuer July 10, 2021
  14. We were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Lindsay. He was a good neighbour to Werner and Elisabeth in Coonoc Rd for many years.
    Please accept our deepest sympathy on this very sad occasion. A true gentleman.

    Brian and Angelika Fitzgerald July 10, 2021
  15. Lindsay we will miss you. Always had a kind word for us and continually told me he was the captain of the orbost footy team my dad played in.

    Always treated everyone the same.

    Well lived life!

    Geoffrey Hocking July 10, 2021
  16. Sincere condolences to Dawn and family. Many happy memories on the race track and bowling green

    DANNY ,Leonie O'Keefe July 11, 2021
  17. The World lost a True Gentleman if it wasn’t for you entrusting me with your beloved Avril my Riding Career would have been over before it started. She gave me such fun. She scored my first ever 1st place sash for Fatest Pony and I couldn’t be happier.
    You and Dad always enjoyed a Roll Up at the Bowls Club always a great Friend to Mum and Dad. There will be one Hell of a party going on in Heaven Dad will be there Bowls in hand ready for a Roll Up and Avril will be so happy to see you.
    Sending deepest condolences to Dawn, Mark, Jennie, Mel and Paige and the rest of the Cameron Family.
    Margaret, Ian & Kate.

    Kate Runge July 11, 2021
  18. The Safetech family are sad to hear the news of Lindsay’s passing. Our thoughts are with Toni, David, Shan, Steph and Lindsay’s extended family.

    Michael Uhe July 12, 2021
  19. Deepest Sympathy to Dawnie & Families,
    Happy memories of the Bright Ideas days, Linds brightened the day for everyone.
    Lyn,Peter, Terry, Shannon & Brenton Wight & Families

    Lyn Wight July 12, 2021
  20. Used to love Lindsay visiting the Peter’s where I worked over many years..Peter Nixon in Orbost, Peter McGuaran, in Sale and Peter Hall for 26 years in Traralgon.
    We shared many, many laughs…
    My sympathy to Dawn.
    Trish Elliott

    Trish Elliott July 12, 2021
  21. On behalf of the Latrobe Valley Racing Club we pass our condolences to all the family and highlight the fact that Lindsay was the chief stipendiary steward for Gippsland when he retired after 33 years as a steward. His services to the racing industry is greatly appreciated, a sport he dearly loved.

    Frank Bezzina July 12, 2021
  22. What a great man. My deepest sympathy to Dawn and family.
    First day in the Stewards room and Lindsay put me at ease (not easy). Fond memories of my time spent with him .I will always remember his cheeky smile and olive green sports coat .Only one thing to say now Lindsay, “Correct Weight!”
    Greg Lee
    Briagolong

    Greg Lee July 12, 2021
  23. What a great man. My deepest sympathy to Dawn and family. First day in the Stewards room and Lindsay put me at ease (not easy). Fond memories of my time spent with him .I will always remember his cheeky smile and olive green sports coat .Only one thing to say now Lindsay, “Correct Weight!”
    Greg Lee
    Briagolong

    Greg Lee July 12, 2021
  24. What a great man. My deepest sympathy to Dawn and family. First day in the Stewards room and Lindsay put me at ease (not easy). Fond memories of my time spent with him. I will always remember his cheeky smile and olive green tweed sports coat .Only one thing to say now Lindsay, “Correct Weight!”
    Greg Lee
    Briagolong

    Greg Lee July 12, 2021
  25. Very sorry to hear of Lindsay’s passing. We first met in the early 70s through racing.
    You were on one side of the fence as a steward, I on the other as a young owner.
    We tangled a couple of times over racing but I believe we respected each other, to me you were always the fair and gentleman racing steward. Rest In Peace and ride with a loose rein.
    My sincere condolences to Lindsay’s family.
    Roy w Vodden.

    Roy Vodden July 12, 2021