Cameron was born on February 12, 1967, in Neilburg, SK to Peter Leo Kornberger and Yvette Jean Oudot, the last in a family of 12 children. After a few moves to different towns, the family settled in St. James, SK. At an early age, Cameron began working on road construction and that was his main occupation for about 20 years. On April 22, 1988 he met the love of his life, Eleanor Stolz. After several dates, the couple became a family and Cameron became an instant father to Eleanor’s three-year- old son, Aaron. Cameron didn’t mind and he loved Aaron like his own. Jayme was born on April 20, 1990 and was a great addition to the family. On September 25, 1993, Cameron and Eleanor were married. Road construction came to an end for Cameron in 1995 when he decided to take a welding course. Before starting at CIM, he was blessed with his third boy; Colin was born August 20, 1996. Cameron worked at CIM for about 24 years. In December of 2018, he was diagnosed with cancer. He battled long and hard to stay with his family, and fought right to the end, just like he promised his three boys. On Monday, January 25, 2021 he died but his memory will remain. Cameron will always be remembered for his jokes, mechanical talents and his ability to fix things. Even if he was stumped by a problem, and wasn’t sure how to tackle it, he would not let it go until he found a way. In his time off he liked to travel and go to rock concerts, such as Rock the River and Rock the Square. He loved music and movies. If he heard a song on the radio, within the first couple of notes, he could place the song and the band and would usually turn it up if he liked it! He will be missed by all, and his memory will be alive in us all. Cameron left behind his wife of 26 years, Eleanor; his sons: Aaron (Lynette), and their girls, Emma and Chloe; Jayme (Angela) and family Nolan, Brooklyn, and Kayden; and Colin (Brina); and numerous brothers and sisters, including: Leanne, Tim and Lisa, Rory and Lorena, Danny and Sharon, Brenda and Richard, Vicky, and Viola. He was predeceased by his grandparents; his father Peter, his mother Yvette; and two sisters, and three brothers.