Angela Mary Cameron (née Downey)

Angela Mary Cameron (née Downey)

14 May 1939 - 2 April 2021

Angela Mary Cameron (née Downey)

Service Details

6 April, 2021
11:00 am
St Mary's Catholic Church, 40 Seddon Street, Rotorua. Followed by private cremation.
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In loving memory of Angela Mary Cameron. Dearly loved wife of the late Charlie. Much loved mother of Anna, Ruth, Fiona, Josephine, Kirsty, Hilary, and the late Andrew. Dearly loved grandmother of Bryony, Kirsty, Niamh, Lachie, Hamish, Melissa, Tadhg, and Riley. Dear great-grandmother of Arizona, Lincoln, Benjamin, William, and Isaac. Youngest child of Albert and Eileen Downey, sister to Betty, Patricia, Barrie, and Michael.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to Rotorua Hospice, in recognition for the kindness and expert care they showed Angela during her last days.


  1. Dear Hilary ,all the Cameron family and extended family..We wish to convey our deepest sympathy to you all Hilary on the recent death of your beloved and beautiful Mum,RIP..You are very .much in our thoughts at this time .We know that you will find comfort and consolation in the presence and support of one another,of friends ,relatives and colleagues.. May Angela rest in peace w with your Dad and Andrew.
    Love ,Jimmy ,Phyllis and family

    Jimmy and Phyllis Malone, Co.Clare,Ireland
  2. Requiescat In Pace Angela

    John McAlindon, Glasgow
  3. Dear Cameron family,
    There are no words to describe how sad I feel for you at the loss of Angela.
    I will always remember with a smile, our Sherriff St. days…….lots of kids, lots of laughs, lots of stress….and lots of sherry and cigarettes!!
    Sherry was our ‘mother’s medicine’ and got us through those tough hours between kids after-school time, dinner time and bed time. We used to compare notes and both agreed we’d be sunk without it and our smokes.
    I was in awe of Angela who, as well as being a wife and mother, was managing to study for a degree….and she achieved her goal. Amazing lady.
    Please know my loving thoughts are with you at this sad time.
    Heaps of hugs,
    Coral Warner and family

    Coral Warner, Rotorua
  4. Will be thinking of you all tomorrow. Celebrate your Mums life with lots of lovely memories! It is a great time to remember her and celebrate the awesome family she has created. Lots of hugs n love Brenda.

    Brenda Drysdale, Rotorua
  5. Anna, Ruth, Fiona, Jo, Kirsty, Hilary and families, we are so sorry and saddened by your loss of Aunt Angela. You all seemed so close to your mum and you had so little time to prepare for her death. But you will forever see her in yourself, each other and in your own children. You will share so many fun, happy memories of your time with her (and your dad and Andrew) and know how loved and cared for you were for all these years. I wish we could have travelled to New Zealand years ago -especially when mom could have spent time with her “little brother” – and truly got to know Angela and each one of you. But I do love seeing your family photos and reading about your mum. Please enjoy your time together now as you share so many happy memories and laughs. And know the best tribute to your mom is the strength, beauty, kindness, love and empathy she has passed on so generously to each of you. Take care. Much love from Lesley, Doug and Brandi Sheppard and Jim, Rhonda, Aaron and Evan Millar.

    Lesley Sheppard, Moose Jaw, Sask., Canada
  6. Thinking of all the family at this sad time
    Sending love to all

    Catherine & Hugh McDougall, Scotland

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