LETTERS: Heartfelt thanks to all who helped with, attended memorial


Our hearts are forever thankful for the amazing show of support at the memorial for Pamela Cameron on Oct. 4. The Forever Garden was meticulously spruced up by Surrey Parks and Recreation, and the many bouquets and pots of flowers were just beautiful.

We are so thankful for the over-the-top maintenance performed after a single phone call.There was raking, mowing, new bark mulch, beautiful fall plants and, to top it off, Steve refurbished the wooden arch.

I’m left to ponder what our lives would be like if our federal and US governments had the teamwork of your department.

Those who attended, current and past RCMP members, the red serge, prosecutors, schoolmates, teachers, volunteers, the Peace Arch News, childhood friends of Pamela, friends of the Cameron family and many citizens who didn’t know Pamela personally, were all touched by this tragedy. We thank you for remembering and, of course, we will never forget.

Valorie Lebeck, Bonnie Moy

and Carol Short, Surrey

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