Thursday, February 13, 2014

RIP Campbell Lane


Cam was sent off with much love on January 30, 2014 in his 78th year with his best friend and soul mate, Diane his bride of 32 years, by his side.
 
He is lovingly remembered by his children, DeeDee, Geoff (Liz, Scythia), Tisha, and Randy (Anna, Katherine); his grandchildren, Raven, Devon, Hayden and Ethan; and his great granddaughter, Jade. He will also be deeply missed by his siblings, Deirdre, Heather, Peter and Chris and their families; his mother-in-law, Peggy Wood; sister-in-law, Laura Eldridge; brother- and sister-in-law Andy and Donna Wood; his special niece and nephew, Morgan and Ryan Wood; and many close friends, including those regulars at "The Buck."
 
Cam was known and well respected in the movie, commercial, and voiceover industry. He loved all sports and golf in particular, and was happy if he could help knock a few strokes off someone's game. Cam loved to spend time in the comfort of his home enjoying Diane's great cooking and his cuddly Siamese, Cleo.

 
CAMPBELL, Lane (Francis Lane Campbell)
Born: 1935, Canada
Died: 1/30/2014, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
 
Lane Campbell’s westerns – actor:
Bordertown (TV) – 1989, 1990 (Jesse Heller, President James A. Garfield)
The Ranger, the Cook and a Hole in the Sky (TV) – 1995 (Biggest Hat)
Dead Man’s Gun (TV) – 1997, 1999 (Sheriff Frank Lampeer, pastor)
The Jack Bull (TV) – 1999 (Clay Williams)
Peacemakers (TV) – 2003 (Dick Crawford)

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