OBITUARY

Cameron Kay Shugarts

April 4, 1996April 30, 2021

Cameron Kay Shugarts, 25, of Clearfield, passed away Friday, April 30, 2021.

He was born on April 4, 1996 in Clearfield the son of Darrin and Tammy (Fulmer) Shugarts.

Cameron graduated from Clearfield Area High School class of 2014.

Cameroon enjoyed hunting, fishing, turning a wrench on his truck and spending time with his daughter.

In addition to his parents, Cameron is survived by his daughter Katara Lace Lundberg and his son that is due in June; a fiancé Kaylee Borger; a brother, Joe Shugarts of Clearfield and a sister, Shelby Maines and her husband Garrett of Shiloh; three nephews: Dakota Shugarts, Jackson Shugarts and Wesley Maines; and his grandmothers: Audrey Fulmer and Alice Shugarts.

He was preceded in death by his grandfathers: Kay Shugarts and David Fulmer, uncle Scott Shugarts and a cousin, Leanna Shugarts.

Funeral services for Cameron will be private.

Memorial contributions can be made in his memory to the Bennett and Houser Funeral Home, Inc. 312 East Locust St. Clearfield, PA 16830.

Online remembrances can be made at www.bennettandhouser.com

Arrangements are under the care of the Bennett & Houser Funeral Home, Inc., Clearfield.

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Bill Rubbe

May 4, 2021

Tammy, Darrin and family of your son, it is with deep sympathy we extend to all of you. God Bless Sincerekly, the Rubbe family

Brande Plyler

May 3, 2021

I taught Cameron in school for several years. I'll always remember his quick wit and great sense of humor. He had such a great nature about him, being fun and also one of the hardest workers I ever met. I always think of Cameron when I see Cummins or diesel engines. He even taught me quite a bit. Love to his family and those close to him. ❤

Kaitlyn (Learish) Jacobson

May 1, 2021

Living across the street from Cameron growing up, I have many fun memories from childhood of him, my brother and I, and another neighborhood pal, playing cops and robbers in the backyard, jailbreak around the neighborhood, and creating forts around our houses. I am very sorry to hear of Cameron’s passing. Darrin, Tammy, Joe, and Shelby, our hearts go out to you in your now grief. Please know the Learish’s are praying so much for you all.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY