Cameron S. Fleming died on December 14, 2011 at age 45. Cam was born in New York City on August 28, 1966 to Phil and Lucy Vaughn Fleming. He attended Montclair Kimberley Academy along with his twin sister, Bryn. At Dartmouth, Cam majored in Religion and graduated Magna Cum Laude. He participated in Rugby and was a beloved member of the Tabard who will be missed by his college friends. He earned an M.B.A. from Harvard in 1994 and worked as an investment banker in New York. Cameron leaves behind three children, Brittany (13), Connor (10) and Hunter (9). An educational trust has been established for the children by Cameron’s sister and her husband. Contributions can be sent to “The Fleming Childrens’ Trust” c/o Bryn and Tim Mulligan, 3 Alta Court Princeton Junction, NJ 08550.
Alec Casey ’88 remembers:
I first met Cam on the rugby field freshman year. He was fast (he had been a runner in high school) but he had never tackled anyone and the inevitable result was that he broke his collarbone early into the season. We stayed friends though because we enjoyed each other’s company. He was smart and interesting. He had a sense of adventure and was both ambitious and fearless. You got the sense that you never knew where a conversation or an excursion was going with Cam but it always ended up being an experience. I roomed with him during sophomore spring and later junior summer in New York City. He was a creative and passionate person who experienced life with intensity. We lost touch after Dartmouth. It’s tragic that he died so young but I will always remember how exhilarating Cam’s view of life was when we were at Dartmouth and how much fun he could be.