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Daniel Cameron Summers Jr., passed away on September 14, 2020. He won the battle against COVID-19 but the virus took its toll on his body. He went home to his heavenly father Monday.
Born June 27, 1930, in Charlotte NC, he was the son of the late Daniel Cameron Summers Sr. and Molly Lancaster Summers. He was also preceded in death by his brother John Summers
and his sister Molly S Carver.
Cam served in the United States Air Force, was a devoted member of the Optimist Club and self-employed in business development for many years. Cam was responsible for the building of
the first HUD apartments in Charlotte and went on to build warehouses in Arrowwood. Always being self employed, he went onto other business entities as well. Cam loved spending time together with his family. He was known as PawPaw to his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was an avid Clemson fan and enjoyed a good chicken chow mein.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret Summers; his sister Pat Griffith; his children: Dan Summers III (Sally), Bob Summers (Sandy), Kathy Middleton (Jeff), and Mike Summers (Valerie); his
grandchildren: Summer Yeomans (Allan), Jimmy Hess (Hannah), Patrick Summers (Aaron), Kristine Clark (Joe), Daniel Summers IV (McKenzie), Sean Summers and Halle Summers; and
his nine great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held in his honor on Saturday, September 19, 2020 at 3:30pm. The service will be at St. Giles Presbyterian Church, located at 2027 Emerywood Dr, Charlotte, NC. Due to COVID restrictions, the services will be held outdoors, masks are required and social distancing when applicable. The family is welcoming friends to gather with them after the
In lieu of flowers, the family is asking for memorial contributions to be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society at secure.nationalmssociety.org
Saturday, September 19, 2020
Starts at 3:30pm (Eastern time)
Harrisburg Funeral & Cremation
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