Cameron March

Obituary of Cameron Kenneth-John March

23 years wasn’t nearly long enough with you. Your big beautiful smile, those beautiful blue eyes, your big bear hugs, your ability to make people feel welcome, your kindness, compassion and gentleness are all things we will hold close and take comfort in on the hardest days. You are so loved and missed by us all! I love you to the moon and back, and a little bit to the sun my sweet boy, my Dook Dook Keep coming to us, we’ll keep your spirit alive Love Momma Dear Dook, The pain is numbing. I’m broken inside. I never got the chance. To tell you goodbye. I’d tell you I love you. And do anything to help. I’d make sure you understood your impact on people. Was a gift and your wealth. Your demons were selfish. They clearly disguised your pain. You struggled with addictions. While trying to right your mistakes. You were loved unconditionally. Because that is all a dad knows. We had our struggles. That we were trying to move past and grow. You once told me that I didn’t care. Which is so far from the truth. Like I recently told you. Your love is what I choose. You helped me to understand. Why things were so disconnected. Your unique perspective. Helped our relationship to again become connected. I miss your laugh, your goofiness, and smile. I have to believe you are now free. I will always I love you Cameron. Baby boy Rest In Peace. Love, Dad
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