November 21, 1935 ~ October 8, 2021

Born in: Pratt, Kansas
Resided in: Stone Mountain, Georgia

GEORGIA SUE TALBOT CAMERON
NOVEMBER 21, 1935 – OCTOBER 8, 2021

Georgia Sue Talbot Cameron was born in Pratt, Kansas, on November 21, 1935, to Gilbert and Margo Talbot.
Sue and her “Sweet William” moved to Stone Mountain, Georgia in 1970. She was a Girl Scout leader from 1971 – 1980. Sue was a strong, active supporter of scouting. Bill and Sue loved camping and traveling the country with their family. She worked for both Drs. William and Robert Marshall from 1985 until her retirement in 2019. Sue was an active member of Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church until she moved to be with her daughter.
Sue was preceded in death by her husband of 59 years, William Cameron. She is survived by her daughters, Sherri Ogle and Christy Waits (Mark); her grandchildren Jason Wade (Rosie), Thomas Dougherty (Tierra), Billy Fulcher (Dakota), Iris Waits, Logan Waits and Sophia Waits; and one great-grandson, Zane Fulcher. She is also survived by her sister-in-law, Carolyn Andrews.
A celebration of life will be held at Snellville United Methodist Church, 2428 Main St. E, Snellville, Ga. 30078, on Sunday, October 24, 2021 at 2:00PM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Salvation Army, Hospice of Northeast Georgia in Gainesville, Ga. or to a charity of your choice.

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Celebration of Life: October 24, 2021 2:00 pm - October 24, 2021 3:00 pm

Snellville United Methodist Church

Snellville, GA


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  1. CandleImageOne of the most beautiful souls I was ever blessed to know. I cant wait to give you a hug again mama sue, when we all get to heaven with you. ❤ Till then you are dearly missed.

  2. CandleImageSue, you were loved by so many and you taught others to love well by your example. I am honored to have been able to call you not only my scout leader for many years but also to call you my friend. There’s an old Girl Scout song that says it so well – “Make new friends, but keep the old…one is silver and the other gold.” You, my dear, are pure gold and I’m so thankful you are now walking the streets of gold and seeing the face of your beloved Savior, Jesus Christ. I’ll always treasure our scouting memories and the years we spent camping together on Cumberland Island, at Camp Timber Ridge, and all the many adventures we shared at Stone Mountain. I love you and I’m so grateful God allowed our paths to cross so many years ago. With love and fondest memories, Bonnie Fouts Annis

  3. Always so fun when she and her husband Bill/Gary would visit back in Kansas or Nebraska seeing Bills cousins; or the great times we had camping in Colorado. A very special lady in every sense of the word. Cousin Brent Garretson.

    • She surely was a lovely person and a very sweet Cousin… as was her husband Bill/Gary (Gary, to me)! Cousin Margaret Garretson.

  4. CandleImageAunt Sue was always on the go. So many funny stories! My roller coaster buddy and my cross stitch teacher. Always had a smile and a hug for me. She was the best “sister” to my mom and never forgot to call her even near the end. May she be at peace now with Uncle Bill.

  5. May you Rest In Peace my dear sister in Christ from Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church in Stone Mountain, GA!
    😭😭😭😭😭

  6. CandleImageWe have such great memories of Sue and Bill at Trackrock and Lake Lanier camping trips with MDPC! Very special people who made such a difference in the lives of all who’ve known them. I was inspired walking through the forests with Sue – she would point out each flower, moss, and tree, naming them all. She kept the history, took pictures, organized and always welcomed everyone. My heart goes out to the Cameron family.

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