Old School Rewind-Cameron Paul Tribute Week #2

In the next few weeks on the Rewind we will pay tribute to Mixx-It and Cameron Paul.. Cameron has left us for the other side and this is the obit for the services coming up April 20th

Cameron Paul Graubart, born and raised in San Francisco, CA passed away in peace with Christ on March 26, 2018 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Cameron was a music producer and legendary DJ who, under the stage name Cameron Paul, revolutionized club music and introduced the world to a new form of entertainment, “Mixx-It”. Cameron’s music could be heard on the legendary Bay Area radio stations KSOL and KMEL-FM, and he earned gold records for his remixes of iconic songs like Salt n Pepa’s “Push It” and George Michaels’ “I Want Your Sex”.

In the 1980’s and 1990’s, his music drew enormous crowds to San Francisco dance clubs like City Nights and Studio West where the masses danced the nights away to his unique style of music. Cameron’s irreplaceable contribution to the music industry resulted in him being inducted into the Legends of Vinyl DJ Hall of Fame, solidifying his reign as an artist whose music will inspire others all over the world for generations to come.

Cameron was preceded in death by his loving sister Laura Graubart. He leaves behind his loving parents, Larry and Caroline Graubart of San Francisco, CA; his devoted sister Suzanne (Cole) Sack, and her husband Steve; his niece Kirsten Pegeron; two nephews: Brandon and Jordan Cole; and many cousins.

A Memorial Service will be held from 12-3pm on Friday, April 20, 2018 at Sneider & Sullivan & O’Connell’s Funeral Home, 977 S. El Camino Real, San Mateo, CA.

Cameron had a compassionate heart and shared his love for animals with his sisters, Laura and Suzanne. In lieu of flowers, he requested donations be made to Alley Cat Allies, a charity that assists shelters in saving cats and kittens around the US. Donations can be made under Cameron’s name directly to donate@alleycat.org or to the Porta Caeli Hospice House in Tulsa, Oklahoma where he was lovingly cared for in his final days.