CAMERON MAX Our deepest sympathy is extended to Lisa and families on the sad loss of Max. Max was a highly respected farmer and business leader and will be sadly missed by his many friends. His support and commitment to the Pastoralists & Graziers Association and leadership in the agricultural and pastoral industries was greatly appreciated. Max was an active member of the PGA since 1963, rising to President of the PGA from 1981 to 1988. Max was recognised in 1991 with an AM for his services to the meat and livestock industry.
The thoughts of the whole organisation are with the Cameron family in your time of sorrow.
Tony Seabrook President, members and staff of the PGA.
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Max, it was a pleasure to know you even for only a short time. You were one fine gentleman who always had a wicked sense of humour. We had lots of laugh at The Richardson.
I will miss you, forever ❤.
Vale, Max, and condolences to Lisa and family, to his sister Lyn - her son, daughters and grandchildren. Max became my step brother when my father married his mother, Eve. For me, I will always remember Max hosting parties to celebrate my late father's 99th, 100th and 101st birthdays. He was kind to my Dad taking him on travel holidays through the Pilbarra and Western Australia. Max has been honoured for his contribution to the development of agriculture and the pastoral industry in WA. Given the serious deterioration of his health in recent years, I hope that he may now find peace.
MAXWELL AM Our sincere condolences to Lisa and families on the passing of Max.
Max was held in high esteem by many within the Pastoral and Meat Industries, his love of the land was evident in the passion for the industries he supported and represented.
We shared a wonderful friendship formed from many years of working together.
Max was a dear friend and we will miss our conversations and his great sense of humour.
Rest peacefully Max.
Brad and Norma Thomason
CAMERON MAX The Livestock and Rural Transport Association of WA mourns the passing of respected patron Max Cameron AM. From the LRTAWA's inception Max provided insight, sound advice and great support. His wisdom is greatly missed. Our deepest sympathy to Lisa and family. David Fyfe President, committee and members of the LRTAWA.