Cameron Bruce Wenschlag


With broken hearts and great sorrow we announce the passing of Cam Wenschlag on March 25th at the Grey Nuns Hospital.

Cam leaves behind his mother and father Lyla and Bruce and his only sister Lesley and brother-in-law Paul. He will be sadly missed by his Aunts and Uncles and all his cousins, niece and nephews. His kindness and willingness to help anyone who needed a hand or just a friendly smile will be his legacy among the many people whose lives he touched.

His family wishes to express their sincere gratitude to the staff of the Grey Nuns emergency department and the ICU for their compassion and genuine care they gave Cam and the family until his end.

A celebration of Cam’s life will be held at Mill Woods United Church, 15 Grand Meadow Crescent NW, Edmonton, AB T6L 1A3, Saturday April 9th, 2016, 4-7pm. Please come and share your memories with friends and family.

In lieu of flowers, donations to Camp Maskepetoon (, or a charity of your choice, in Cam’s name would be greatly appreciated.

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Judy Dickson

Camp Maskepetoon brought so many people together as more than friends, we were a family. Cam was an integral part of that family. We all cherished his sense of humour and his heart of gold…such a kind man! I have fond memories of the talent shows and the amazing skits Cam performed. Just thinking of them brings a smile to my face. Time passes and we grow apart but those memories will live on in our hearts forever. RIP good friend!

Lyn Adamson (Dickson)

Cam was a great friend. Back in the 80’s we spent a lot of time together. Camping, dancing, (was it Jeff that came out dancing with 2 different cowboy boots on?), volunteering, singing at the pub, road trips. Those were the days…
I remember one year a number of us had had a bit of a bad time. So in the true spirit of our group – we decided to end that year….with a HUGE New Years Eve celebration!
(I think it was October). We brought sparkles, hats, streamers… and got the whole pub going – everyone seemed to be done with that year, and pretty much every patron stayed in the pub that night till midnight and we counted down and sang in the New Year.
Cam was always there to lend a hand, have a laugh, offer up a shoulder… a great friend.


I met Cam out at camp in 1982. He was friends with Ken and Ian. Because of those friendships, he was so nice to me. I felt special because Cam would include me in their private jokes and pranks played out at camp. I have so many memories that I will cherish forever. Thank you Cam for your being a part of my childhood. May you rest in peace.

I am so very sorry for your loss Lesley. My heart goes out to you and your family.

Ken Wessel

Cameron and I shared many, many good times, at camp, in the city, and on road trips. Cam, Lesley, Lyla, and Bruce were surrogate family to me when I needed a place to live and they took me in. A lot of time has passed since then. Where does this time go? How I wish I could turn back time and relive some of those good times! Les, Paul, Lyla, and Bruce, my heart breaks for you. Gone too soon.

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