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In Loving Memory

Cameron, III Charles Stuart

Charles (Chuck) Stuart Cameron III – dedicated husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother and friend – passed away in his sleep at home in Crystal City, Missouri on Sunday, August 27, 2023.

Chuck was born to Charles S. Cameron Jr. and Peggy Dumoulin (nee Sudduth) in Kennett, Missouri on February 28th, 1951. Upon turning 18, Chuck enlisted in the United States Marine Corp in 1969 completing basic training in San Diego, California. Chuck served in Washington, DC during the riots against the Vietnam War. He was also stationed in Panama and Europe throughout his service achieving the rank of Sergeant. Serving his country was one of his proudest accomplishments.

After leaving the military in 1973, Chuck went on to get married and become a father to four children. Chuck worked for many years in the grocery business and was a member of Local 655 where he found a passion in mentoring students from the Community Based Vocational Instruction at Ritenour High School.

Chuck was a family man through and through and worked hard for many years to provide for his family. Throughout his life, his love for his children was apparent in everything he did. From his practical jokes, to working overtime so his daughter could get a college education, to shooting hoops in the back yard, giving motorcycle rides and taking his kids to see wrestlers like Hulk Hogan and Macho Man, Randy Savage.

After retirement in 2013, Chuck enjoyed spending time with his family, dogs, gardening and watching old westerns and James Bond films. He found the most joy in being Papa to his grandkids. Just weeks ago, he was playing water guns with his youngest granddaughter, Charlotte.

Chuck is survived by his wife of 38 years, Terry; their children, Patty, Sarah, Brian, and Stacy; brothers Gary and Richard, sister, Jodi; six grandchildren, Cody, Charlotte, Mallory, Kaylee, Chance and Shelby; and several great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Chuck was immensely kind-hearted and would give the shirt off his back to a stranger if they needed it. He leaves behind a legacy of the importance of bestowing love and kindness to one another.

Chuck battled Congestive Heart Failure after being diagnosed five years ago and fought hard throughout the years to stay with his family. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Heart Association in his name.


We love you forever, Dad.

Visitation will be at the Kutis Funeral Home at 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, Saint Louis, Missouri on Saturday, September 2nd from 12pm to 2pm. Funeral Service at 8am on Monday, September 4th at Kutis Funeral Home with burial procession to follow at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery


6 thoughts on “Cameron, III Charles Stuart”

  1. Sarah,
    Praying for you and your family as you wade your through your new reality. As I look at your dad’s picture, I see where you get your full joyful smile. Love you and know your LSEG family is there with you in spirit.

  2. Terry, I am so for your loss of Chuck. He was a great guy. Please know that I am praying for you. I know what it’s like to loose the love of your life. Please call or send me a message. ♥
    Sending hugs, love and prayers.
    Cheri Parker


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