Special thanks to those that made donations to name the basketball court at the fraternity house in honor of Cameron Lindsay, our beloved brother and friend.
Aaron Henslin, Ally Pinner, Andrew Burns, Andrew Kelley, Austin Fink, Barbara Wilson,
Beau Glover, Ben Chacko, Brandon Walters, Brian Pownall, Cam McCarty, Cody Skarpa,
Coleman Ord, Colin Rose, Corey Chance, Donna Powers, Emily Holland, Grace Carrell,
Harrison Jones, Jay Young, Jeff Carnrite, Joseph Mahan, Karen Russi, Katie Eubanks,
Kaylan Kuehler, Kelley Gerletti, Kelsey Moore, Kyle Solomon, Lee Broughton, Lindy
Swanson, Logan Edwards, Lorn Smith, Lucas Brown, Madelin Horton, Melissa H. Young,
Michael Sahinen, Nic Blando, Nick Martinez, Ryan Bray, Ryan Burns, Stephanie Hamblen,
Steven Wawak, Tim McGrady, Timmothy Bourgeois, Tommy Wittmann, Will Hightower,
Zac Osburn, Zach Jacobson
CAMERON MARTIN LINDSAY, 21, joined his brother, Tyler, in the presence of the Lord on January 4, 2013, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born on June 6, 1991, in Corpus Christi, Texas. He attended Cypress Fairbanks schools and graduated from Langham Creek High School in 2009. Cameron was a student at Texas A&M University, majoring in Petroleum Engineering, following in his father's footsteps. At the time of his death, Cameron was surrounded by family and friends from his elementary school years to his college years.
He was an active member of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. Whether
fishing in Baffin Bay, hunting in Utopia, golfing at Blackhorse, or
socializing with friends, Cameron's larger than life personality
was evident. Cameron is survived by his parents, Curtis and Valerie
Lindsay, and his sister, Carsen. He is preceded in death by his
brother, Tyler, and his grandmother, Jennie Crabbe. He also leaves
his paternal grandparents: Russell and Emma Mae Lindsay, and
grandfather John Crabbe of Fonda, New York, Uncle John Crabbe,
his wife Nicola, and their daughter, Sofie-Cate of Littleton, Colorado.