1952 - 2005http://www.saxton.com.au/campbell-mccomas/,
1952 - 2005
It is with much sadness that we mourn the passing of Campbell McComas AM.
He passed away on Saturday morning, 8th January, 2005.
As a speaker Campbell was an ornament to the industry he served so well. He, in fact, spawned a new form of entertainment and for over 25 years set standards of excellence as a speaker, facilitator and master of ceremonies that became very much a benchmark.
He will be remembered for his gifted speechmaking ability, his passionate professionalism and his uncompromising ethics. There was, however, much more to Campbell who was also a tireless contributor to many charities and his beloved Scotch College.
He leaves a legacy of some 1822 characters, many appreciative organisations and friendships of those fortunate enough to have known him well. He will be sadly missed.
'He was like many people but there was no one like him.'
He is survived by his wife Wendy, father Geoffrey and son Alistair.
We fondly remember Campbell and our thoughts are with his family.
The Team at Saxton.
Click here to read 'Laughter and tears for McComas' at The Age Online.
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