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Truman David Cameron Jr. ’50

Published in July 5, 2000, issue

Dave died on Jan. 3, 2000, in Albany. He was 70.

Dave prepared at Albany Academy, where he was in the Gates Literary Society, the Glee Club, and graduated cum laude.

At Princeton, Dave was on the Undergraduate Schools Committee, was a member of Orange Key, and participated in the Advertising Forum. He is probably best remembered as one of the Tiger cheerleaders.

After graduation Dave went into the US Army Quartermaster Corps, where he was involved in research and development for two years. After mustering out late in 1952, he joined E. M. Cameron Lumber Co., the family business, where he became its pres. A lifelong resident of Albany, Dave had been on the boards of the Visiting Nurses Assn. and the Salvation Army. He was past pres. of the Optimists Club and was serving on the board of the Albany/Schenectady League of Arts when he died. Dave was also an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Albany.

Dave is survived by his wife of 46 years, Rosemary, sons Paul D. and Kenneth V., and four grandchildren to whom the class offers its deepest sympathies.

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