October 2022

Vaughn Cameron

January 28, 1937
October 29, 2022

Ponte Vedra

Vaughn Cameron

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Vaughn Warner Cameron was born in South Sutton, NH, on January 28, 1937, and lived his young life in Kennebunkport, ME prior to living in Glenn Dale, MD. Vaughn passed away peacefully in his wife’s loving arms on October 29, 2022 in Ponte Vedra, FL. It is comforting to know he is now resting in the loving arms of God.

Vaughn was the devoted husband of Marge Cameron, and he leaves to cherish his memory: his daughter and son-in-law, Amy & Don Grimm; stepdaughter and stepson-in-law, Michelle & Bill Kupiec; stepson and stepson-in-law, John & Coleen Norris; grandchildren – Allison Devine, Adam Kupiec, JD Norris, Melissa Galligan, Carlton Galligan, Megan Grenagle, Allison Waldrop; and great grandchild – Cameron Nepert; sister, Cynthia Clement. Vaughn was preceded in death by his parents, Mildred Cameron and William Warner Cameron.

“Vaughn of All Trades”

Vaughn had a strong faith and practiced it daily. He fervently believed God lives in our hearts. He enjoyed gardening, golf, cheering for the Redskins (AKA Washington Commanders) and a cold glass of Sam Adams. Vaughn put his family first. He has a capacity to love that was admired by all who knew him. Vaughn and Marge were inseparable. Their love for one another was evident to everyone. Vaughn’s love for his children and grandchildren was unmatched.

He was devoted to the United States Army and served his country valiantly for 27 years, retiring as a Lt. Colonel. Vaughn was the Director of Security at RDR for 14 years, and for 13 years he was the Project Coordinator for Tyson's Corner Children’s Center. He was truly loved and respected by all who knew him. Vaughn spoiled everyone and welcomed them with open arms for whatever they needed or wanted. He will be remembered as a kind, caring, compassionate, and selfless man. His sense of humor made everyone smile, laugh and feel comfortable. He was loved by all who were blessed to be a part of his amazing life. Vaughn will live in the hearts and minds of his family and friends forever.