Photograph of Orville Daniel Cameron (1916-1988) during a visit to Burton Warnica's farm, located on present day Algonquin Avenue in Big Bay Point, in the mid-to-late 1940s. He was the eldest son of Daniel Cameron and Alma McNiven. Orville enlisted at age 25 in the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps on 3 July 1941. He trained at Camp Borden and was deployed to Britain on 3 November 1941 as a driver mechanic "C." Though in different divisions, Orville served with his friend John "Jack" Taylor and future brother-in-law Donald Beatty, both from the Innisfil area. He served a total of 46 months overseas and earned the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal, the Defence Medal, the 1939-45 War Medal, and the Italy Star before receiving an honourable discharge on 3 October 1945. Orville and his wife Marie Elizabeth Beatty purchased a farm on the 8th Line of Innisfil and raised a herd of purebred Guernsey dairy cows. A farming accident forced the family to sell the farm to the Eisses family in 1960 and moved to Belmore, Ontario, to open a repair garage. Later, the family moved to Alberta in 1967, and Orville died in August 1988 at Barrhead, and was buried in the Field of Honour in Innisfail Cemetery in Innisfail, Alberta. This information was provided by Orville's children Connie Thornton, John "Jay" Cameron, and Sharon Cameron for the book Innisfil Veterans (p. 107-8).