Former Royal Duties
Cameron Holdsworth Parker CVO OBE resides at Randolph Hill, Dunblane and the team there have been so impressed with the collection of photographs that highlight his prominent former role where Mr Parker greeted the Queen, Prince Charles and Princess Anne on many occasions.
As Lord Lieutenant of Renfrewshire between 1998 and 2007, Mr Parker’s role was to deal with many of the ceremonial functions associated with representing the Sovereign in his area. This involved, co-ordinating Royal visits to the county, presenting awards, liaising with the Queen’s private office on county matters, and maintaining close links with HM Armed Forces.
Mr Cameron was formerly a successful Scottish businessman having served on the main board of British Shipbuilders. Earlier to that, Mr Parker had been Managing Director of John G Kincaid & Co Ltd before moving to the Scott Lithgow Group as Chief Executive following the overall nationalisation of the commercial shipbuilding industry. Thereafter when the then Government closed the industry, Mr Parker moved to be Managing Director of the Lithgow Group, a privately owned mini conglomerate based in Langbank, Port Glasgow.