Macarthur's David Hazlett remembered at intimate service

Macarthur's David Hazlett remembered at intimate service

It is with much sadness that the Hazlett Family, Victoria Nasso and the board and management of the Cameron Brae Group report that David Cameron Hazlett, entrepreneur and founder of the Cameron Brae Group, has lost his battle with ill health.

Mr Hazlett founded Cameron Brae more than 50 years ago, which he led until the week before Christmas 2020, when he retired as chief executive and chairman of the board.

A statement provided by the Cameron Brae said Mr Hazlett worked tirelessly to create a property development business in south west Sydney with a culture that was reflective of his loyalty, generosity of spirit and integrity.

"He has left an indelible mark of generosity on the Cameron Brae Group which he built, and in the business community he served," the statement said.

"Characteristically, David had the foresight to develop a succession plan for the [business] over 10 years ago, which he successfully implemented.

"David leaves a powerful legacy that will continue to be recognised and honoured by the Cameron Brae Group.

"Despite our deep sadness at this time, the Cameron Brae Group will proudly continue business as usual, implementing David's wishes and that of the Hazlett Family.

"The board and management of the Cameron Brae Group extend their sincere condolences to David's family and friends"

Mr Hazlett is survived by his long-term partner, Victoria Nasso, his children, Andrew, Sarah, Rebekah and Georgina, his sons-in-law, Chris and Drew and his grandchildren Jackson, Couba, Thomas, Olivia, Zachary, Sam, Charlotte, Mathilda, Camille, Jemima, Archer and Cameron.

Mr Hazlett was farewelled at an intimate service held on January 19.

For further information, please contact Sarah Scott on 4774 6000 or at sscott@cambrae.com.au.

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