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Charles Philip Cameron 

Published by Enterprise Staff on Mon, 06/26/2017 - 2:07pm


Charles P. Cameron passed away of natural causes on Friday, June 16 at his Livingston home. He was 63 years old.

Known as Chuck or Chas P., he was born in Bozeman on Aug. 7,1953. He grew up in Livingston, attended local schools and graduated from Park High School in 1971. He later trained in Salt Lake City as a barber/hair stylist and worked in several Livingston hair salons over the years.

A talented artist in his youth, his carvings, drawings and paintings are treasured by those who own them today.

He also had a great love for Harley Davidson motorcycles. A talented mechanic, he worked on all kinds of cars and built many motorcycles from the frame up. His main passion focused on “shovel head” Harleys and at the time of his death he was building three bikes, working on one of them right up until his last few moments. He was a charter member of the Livingston Bros Motorcycle Club. Due to health problems, he had to stop riding Harleys in 2008, but never quit building them or working on them.

Chas was preceded in death by his father Philip J. Cameron and his mother Betty “Xemena” Cameron.

He leaves behind his older brother Robert James “Skinny” Cameron and the love of his life, Muriel Morgensen; her son Sam Rehmer; the family’s bull terrier Pacos; and the many friends he made in this life.

A memorial service will be held on Friday, June 30 at the American Legion Hall at 112 N B St. beginning at 6 p.m. Bring photos and memories to share.