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I met Cameron in Ireland through his dad Pat on Inch Island many years ago. His support and enthusiasm for his dads vision for the O'Dochartaigh clann has always been inspiring. Cameron loved talking to people, you could tell. His passing is a loss to not only his immediate family, but to the entire O'Dochartaigh clann. We will miss seeing his smile at the 2015 reunion and beyond. God Bless Cameron Dougherty and his family.


Posted by: Eva Doherty Gremmert - Carnation, WA - Friend   May 29, 2014

Cameron's passing leaves a gaping hole due to his generosity and passion for family and family history. He impacted so many people, near and far. Blessing and peace to his family. On behalf of your Canadian cousins...we send our love.


Posted by: Daniel Doherty (son of Hugh) - Victoria BC, Canada - Clann Association webmaster   May 29, 2014

Cameron will indeed be missed by the Doherty Clan. His interest in the history of our Irish roots will live on through the enthusiasm he helped to kindle in other Clan members. My thoughts are with all Cameron's family at this very sad time & I'm sure he will be remembered at the reunion next year.
Carleen Doherty in England


Posted by: Carleen Doherty - England - Clann member   May 29, 2014

Cameron and I always found time to visit during the O'Dochartaigh reunions and we have exchanged numerous emails and a few phone calls over the years. I will miss his passionate dedication to the O'Dochartaigh Clann worldwide. His knowledge of Clann history was a great help to many of us trying to discover our roots. I for one will raise a toast in his memory today and at the next reunion.


Posted by: Bob "Earthquake" Doherty - Fremont, CA - Friend & fellow O'Dochartaigh Cl   May 28, 2014

Very sad to hear of Cameron's passing. He was a wealth of knowledge about the clan and I thoroughly enjoyed our conversations at the reunion in 2010. He was a good friend and very helpful even outside of the reunion. He will be missed, certainly.


Posted by: Kenneth Daughtery Artice - Fort Worth, TX - Friend   May 28, 2014

So sorry to hear of Cameron's passing. I only got to meet him at an O'Dochartaigh Reunion, but was so impressed with his knowledge and his willingness to share what he knew. He'll be missed!


Posted by: Maureen Dougherty Pimley - New Orleans, LA   May 28, 2014

Saddened to hear of Camerons passing. I enjoyed working with Cameron for years on odochartaigh.org. He will be missed but never forgotton.


Posted by: Michael "Doc" Dougherty - Milford, NH - Friend   May 28, 2014

I'm really sorry to hear of the passing of Cameron - I first met him back in 2000 in Buncrana during the Ó Dochartaigh Reunion. His work and commitment to the Clann effort will always be remembered and appreciated. My deepest condolences to Pat, and to Cameron's wife and children.


Posted by: Michael Noone - Derry, Ireland - worked with Ó Dochartaigh Clan   May 28, 2014