Upon graduation from Teaneck (N.J.) High School in 1944, he enlisted in the Navy, serving for two years. At Princeton he was secretary-treasurer of Cannon and graduated with honors in psychology.
His first employer was Vick Chemical, but he soon joined McGraw-Hill Publishing selling advertising space. He worked for McGraw for 45 years, retiring as a district manager.
At our 10th reunion he reported that he golfed every weekend and had made about 65 Tiger football games in the past nine years. His “reason for these frivolities: Not married.” His marital status changed in 1965 when he married Patricia Roe.
He honed his golf skills at Tenafly’s Knickerbocker Country Club, where he was a longtime member and trustee. However, it was at the Westchester Country Club where his dedication to golf paid off when he shot a hole-in-one and carded 69. Though living all but a few years in New Jersey, he was a lifelong fan of the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team.
Cam is survived by his wife, Patricia; and an extended family. His daughter Pamela and brother John predeceased him.