Ron Cameron Dies at 38; Began HVAC Career in 1979

Ron Cameron Dies at 38; Began HVAC Career in 1979

Ron Cameron, 38, of West Chester, PA, died on March 20, while working for his employer, Delcard Associates, New Castle, DE.
Cameron’s HVAC career began in 1979, when he joined his father and siblings in the family business, John H. Cameron & Sons, Inc., Chadds Ford, PA. His initial duties were as a helper, then installation technician, and finally as a warehouse manager and purchasing agent.
After Cameron & Sons was sold, Cameron joined R & D Heating and Cooling of Kennett Square, PA in 2001, as an installer. He joined Delcard early in 2006, as a commercial sheet metal mechanic.
“Ron brought an undeniable pride, passion and energy to everything he did, and was known for being a hard worker with a great work ethic that could always be counted on to give 110%,” says Ron’s brother Drew Cameron, president of HVAC Sellutions, Kennett Square, PA.
“He was a valued employee, caring co-worker, trusted friend, wonderful uncle and godfather, giving brother and brother-in-law, loving son, and a good man, that this industry and his family and friends will miss dearly, but remember fondly.”
Ron is survived by his mother Bunny Cameron of Kennett Square, PA; father, John H. Cameron, Sr. and his wife Glenda (Ron's "other mom") of Chadds Ford, PA; brother John Cameron, Jr., a salesperson with Oliver Heating & Cooling, and his wife Karen of Kennett Square, PA; brother Drew Cameron, president of HVAC Sellutions, and his wife Mary Ellen of Kennett Square, PA; and his twin sister Heather Treml, vice president of Delcard Associates, and her husband and business partner Rick of Middletown, DE; as well as several nieces and nephews In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in honor of Ron Cameron, to the American Heart Association, 625 West Ridge Pike, Suite A100, Conshohocken, PA 19428 (610/940-9540); or to the St. Michael Lutheran Church Building Fund, 109 E. Doe Run Road, Unionville, PA 19375 (610/347-1696).

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