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Cameron was born in Harlow, Essex, England on May 29, 1997, the son of Tristam Catlin Tredgett and Richard Tredgett, and brother of Oliver Tredgett. Sadly, Cameron left us on September 16, 2017 after suffering major head trauma in an accidental fall.


Cameron was many things to many different people.  He was a friend, teammate, compassionate towards others, fun, outgoing, had a great sense of humor, and he loved sports and competition.

Cameron loved all sports, especially rugby, cricket, and golf.  Cameron spent most of his life in Hartford End, outside of Felsted, Essex.  He went to Felsted Preparatory School until he was 13 and then moved to Finborough School where he boarded for four years.  Throughout Cameron’s school years he excelled at all sports he played, but his passion was cricket.  Cameron was an accomplished batsman who played for the first team at both schools, the Colts and Men’s team at the High Roding Cricket Club and West Essex Cricket.


While in England, Cameron followed in the footsteps of his father and devoted all his free time to golf. He picked up a club when he was a toddler and carried that passion through adulthood. As a junior member of Channels Golf Club in Chelmsford, Essex, he won the Handicap Cup.  When he wasn’t playing golf, he was assisting the grounds team, working in the pro-shop, and caddying in competitions. 


On August 12, 2014, Cameron and his family moved to Duck Puddle Farm in Wayland, MA, the childhood home of his mother Tristam. He continued with the game at Wayland High School and helped the team bring home a state title.

Cameron attended Nichols College for one year and decided that going for a four-year degree wasn’t for him. He found a job with a close family friend that had him working outdoors.  Cam enjoyed his job so much that he changed his field of study and was working towards getting his Associates degree in Environmental Horticulture. His goal was to have his own franchise of the OhDeer, Inc.


Cameron faced emotional and academic challenges in his late teens. He worked hard to overcome them. With the help and support of the Learning Resource Team and Guidance Department, Cameron was accepted at six different colleges.


Cameron will be remembered as our gentle giant. His big heart, warm smile, and gentle nature attracted many friends. He was a loving brother with a passion for music, stylish clothing, and a love for being outdoors.

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