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Arthur Charles Cameron
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The Oregonian April 12, 1946 SAWMILL WORKER DIES FROM BURNS Arthur Cameron 72. Inman-Poulsen Lumber Company Employe, Was Dead Thursday Of Burns Suffered When Flames Swept The Sawmill's Resaw Plant Tuesday Night. Cameron Night Electrician At The Plant, Suffered Third Degree Burns To The Face And Hands When He Attempted To Through A Main Switch Controlling A Big Electric Motor Which Burst Into Flames. He Was Momentarily Trapped By The Fire, But Fought His Way Clear Of The Building. He Died At Coffey Memorial Hospital At 9 P. M. Wednesday. SERVICE ENTERED IN 1928 Cameron An Employe Of The Lumber Company Since 1928, Came To Portland From His Native Iowa In 1905. He Worked For The Former Averill Machinery Company For 20 Years Before Being Employed By Inman-Poulsen. On October 16, 1907, He Married Rose A. Ellis In Portland. Surviving In Addition To The Widow Who Lives At 2223 SE 32d Avenue, Are A Son, Charles Arthur Jr. Of Portland; Three Brothers, Bertram And Edward Of Portland And Ernest Of Omaha, Neb. Three Sisters Mrs. Elsie Lawson, Castle Rock, Wash. Mrs. Della Hill, Battle Ground, Wash. Mrs. Tina* Murray, Sioux City, Ia. Funeral Services Will Be Held Tuesday* At 2:30 P. M. From The Chapel Of Edward Holman & Son, SE 27th Avenue And Hawthorne Boulevard. For Interment In Columbia Cemetery. Rev. Keith Bell Of Ladd Evangelical Church Will Officiate. (2) April 12, 1946 CAMERON- April 10, Arthur C. Cameron 2223 SE 32d Ave. Husband Of Rose A. Cameron Father Of Charles Arthur Cameron, Brother Of Edwin And Bert Of Portland; Mrs. Della Hill, Battle Ground, Wash. Mrs. Tina* Murray, Sioux City, Ia. And Ernest Cameron Of Omaha, Neb. Friends Invited To Services Friday* At 2:30 P. M. At Edward Holman & Son The House Of Holman, Hawthorne Blvd. At SE 27th. Interment Columbia Cemetery. NOTE * Story And Obit Ran The Same Day, One List Funeral Tuesday The Other Friday, One List Sister Tina The Other Tiny.
- Martha
 Added: Sep. 22, 2010
 
I wish I would have gotten to know you. I heard you were a very good person.
- Jill Cameron
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- Dave Jones
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