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John Heally, Cameron Park
“My great-grandfather was born right here. He was a 49er. My grandfather owned Cronin Ranch. So my whole family has always been here and we love it. I used to play tennis with Ruth Cameron. What a sweet lady. That lady was ready for anything.”

Barbara Lyghtle, Cameron Park “I spent most of my life in Modesto and came here a couple years ago to be near my family in Rescue. I have a beautiful golf course view and a whole new circle of friends from Snowline Hospice, where I volunteer. The people here are so friendly.”
Blake Bronson, Cameron Park “My brother lived here. I bought in ’99; the guy told me it was above the smog and below the snow. Good deal. I came from Fremont. The quality of life here is far better ... far less traffic and crime. I love it here.”
John Heally, Cameron Park “My great-grandfather was born right here. He was a 49er. My grandfather owned Cronin Ranch. So my whole family has always been here and we love it. I used to play tennis with Ruth Cameron. What a sweet lady. That lady was ready for anything.”
Ron Short, Cameron Park “I came to the county to join Serrano Country Club, but couldn’t get in right away. I checked out Cameron Park’s golf course and country club and loved what I saw. I moved here from El Dorado Hills in 2006. It’s a friendly community, not real rush rush. People know you at the grocery store here."
Ted Wakefield, Cameron Park “It’s quiet here. Also, I love watching the planes take off and land. The scenery here is almost European. And there’s enough commercial here to make it convenient.”

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