Vale Judy Camm

Beef advocate dies suddenly


Charters Towers district beef producer Judy Camm has died at the age of 70.

The late Judy Camm, Natal Downs, Charters Towers.

The late Judy Camm, Natal Downs, Charters Towers.

The beef industry is coming to terms with the sad news of the passing of Charters Towers district beef producer, Judy Camm.

Mrs Camm, aged 70 years, died suddenly on Monday afternoon. 

A strong rural woman, Mrs Camm will be remembered for many wonderful attributes including being a proud beef industry advocate, a loving wife, mother and grandmother.

Born into the industry, Mrs Camm was formerly Judy Angel, who grew up in the Marlborough district on Belbroughten Station.

Mrs Camm and her husband David lived on Natal Downs, and owned several cattle properties including the Wonga Plains Feedlot, at Bowenville. 

Details of Mrs Camm’s funeral will be advised later in the week.

Mrs Camm is survived by her husband David, her four children Ainsley, Josie, Simon and Bryce; their partners and 14 grandchildren. 


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