Lt Col Peter Arthur Camp, RE
We regret to advise that Lieutenant Colonel Peter Arthur Camp, Royal Engineers died peacefully on 21 May 2007 at Elisabeth Bruyere Hospital, Ottawa.
Peter was a professional soldier for 32 years, having been commissioned to the Royal Engineers in 1944 from Cambridge University. During his service he saw action in Burma, Malaya and Korea and was in Berlin during the time of the blockade. Subsequently, he was an instructor at the Royal School of Military Engineering and the Royal Military College of Science, and finally, a Military Attaché with the British High Commission in Ottawa.
Peter retired in 1974, in Canada, then became Vice President of Canadian Operations of an engineering consulting firm from which he retired in 1992. Many in the Ottawa area will recall Peter where he was very active with the Military Engineers Association of Canada.
Mass of Christian Funeral will be held on 25 May 2007 at St Brigid's Church, 2015 River Road South, Manotick followed by interment St Brigid's Parish Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, tributes may be made to The Burma Star Association, c/o J Horne, 24 Grand Harbour Court, Stittsville, Ontario K2S 1H2.