Nina Cameron died on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Lexington.
Nina was born on Aug. 20, 1909, in Christian County to the late J. Milton and Lillian Ferguson Clark.
Nina had been an active member of Casky Baptist Church since childhood. She was a graduate of Hopkinsville High and Business School and Western Kentucky Junior College. Her teaching career began at Casky Elementary in Christian County where she taught all eight grades. She was a retired schoolteacher whose teaching career continued for 23 years in Trigg County when she married a Trigg County farmer. Nina loved farm life, therefore was a helpmate to her husband.
She was an 18-year member of Trigg County Retired Teachers, a member of Kentucky Retired Teachers, Wallonia Homemakers Club, a member of Mt. Zion Methodist Church where she held many offices.
Upon moving to Lexington in 1990, she joined the Centenary Methodist Church Senior Citizens Group, the Fidelis Sunday School Class, the United Methodist Women and became an affiliate member of the Centenary United Methodist Church.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 64 years, Jesse B. Cameron who died March 19, 1988; three brothers; six sisters; one granddaughter, Jennifer Lynn Cameron; one son- in-law, Harry A. Baker and one daughter-in-law, Anita Hughes Cameron.
She is survived by one sister, Jean Wimpy of Christian County; two daughters, Alice C. Baker of Lexington and Frances C. Taylor (and husband Barr) of Greenville, N.C.; one son, Jesse M. Cameron of Trigg County; five grandchildren, Gloria Cerzosie (and husband Joe) of Lexington, Sheila Burton (and husband Kevin) of Hoover, Ala., Kimberly Hunt (and husband Todd) of Gary, N.C., Todd Taylor (and wife Jennifer) of Charlotte, N.C. and Mark Taylor (and wife Erica) of Richmond, Va.; eight great-grandchildren; and special friends Mary Hedberg, Joy Penticuff, and Pauline Edmons.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Methodist Children’s Home of Kentucky, P.O. Box 749. Versailles, KY 40383-9982.