We are very saddened to inform all of you that our President and founder, Cameron Bellamy, passed away on December 20th.
Cameron had a strong influence on the direct marketing industry for well over 25 years. He transformed the industry with innovative software and services that delivered greater automation, transparency, and ROI — the more complex the mailing, the better.
Cameron was a vocal champion of the postal industry and contributed his expertise and leadership in various capacities. He served on the board of directors of PostCom, was active in the NPPC and Idealliance, frequently spoke at industry conferences, and lent his testimony to Government Accounting Office and Postal Regulatory Commission proceedings.
Cameron’s legacy, charisma, and vision are evident in the incredible company that he built to last. A strong management and operational leadership team continues his important work as we embrace the future of direct marketing and integrate traditional methods with digital channels. His dedication to building a family-oriented company culture was exemplified by his personal love and commitment to dogs and rescue shelters that became one of GrayHair’s most enduring brand identity traits.
As important as his professional contributions have been, Cameron’s life is perhaps best defined by the love he gave his family and friends and by the impact he had in the community. We want to share Cameron’s obituary with you to more fully represent the broad impact he had on the lives of people who knew him.
Obituary – Cameron W. Bellamy — December 20, 2016
Cameron W. Bellamy, 65, of Danbury, CT passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016 at Danbury Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Susan Gallucci-Bellamy.
Born in Schenectady, NY, he was a son of the late Gerald O. and Loretta Albright Bellamy. He was a 1969 graduate of Trumbull High School and received his Associate Degree from Housatonic Community College
Formerly associated with Columbia House and Grolier-Scholastic, Cameron was most recently President of Gray Hair Software in Mt. Laurel, NJ.
An avid table tennis player, Cameron was a former member of the US Table Tennis Association. He was a rock and roll guitarist and guitar collector, avid skier and amateur drag racer. Cameron was a lover and rescuer of dogs.
A very kind and generous husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend, Cameron will be greatly missed by many.
Besides his wife, survivors include his daughters: Lora E. Bellamy of Brookfield and Cara S. Reiske and her husband, Eddie and his adored granddaughter, Lia, of Brookfield. His siblings: Richard Bellamy of Hagaman, NY; Jeffrey Bellamy and his wife, Maria, of New Milford; and Pamalea Bellamy of Southbury, CT. Many nieces and nephews also survive.
Friends are invited to a Memorial Gathering from 4pm-7pm on Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016 at the Green Funeral Home, 57 Main St., Danbury.
In keeping for his love of animals, contributions in Cameron's memory may be made to D.A.W.S., 147 Grassy Plain St., Bethel, CT 06801 or to the Connecticut Humane Society, 701 Russell Rd., Newington, CT 06111.
For further information or to express your condolences on line, go to www.thegreenfuneralhome.com.