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Cameron Hedrick Foster

June 3, 1983March 26, 2021

Cameron Hedrick Foster, 37, of Columbus passed away March 26, 2021 at his home. Cameron was born in Bartholomew County June 3, 1983, the son of Keith and Jill Hedrick Foster. He married Keri June Garrison April 11, 2013 in Columbus. Cameron had been employed by Cummins Engine Company 18 years, working on the assembly line. He was a member of NRA and GOA and enjoyed playing his guitars, listening to music and playing video games with his friends. He is survived by his wife, Keri of Columbus; Parents Keith and Jill Foster of Columbus; brother, Kirk (Heather) Foster of Columbus; many family members and friends. A private inurnment for Cameron will be at Hope Moravian Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.myers-reed.com. Memorial contributions may be sent to a favorite charity. Myers~Reed Chapel on 25th Street in assisting with arrangements.

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  • Keri June Foster, Wife
  • Keith and Jill Foster, Parents
  • Kirk (Heather) Foster, Brother
  • Also survived by many family members and friends.
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Alan Scobel

April 2, 2021

Foster Family,
So sorry to hear about Cameron. He was a good childhood friend. I have nothing but the fondest of memories hanging out with him as a kid; playing with ninja weapons, building a fort in the corn field, Nerf wars, and many more. He will forever live on in my memories. RIP Cam.

Gay Ellen Whipker

April 1, 2021

Gay Ellen Whipker

April 1, 2021

To Keri, Jill, Keith and Kirk,

Wishing you peace and comfort and happier memories in this most difficult time. Love to all of you.
Gay Ellen

Gay Ellen Whipker

April 1, 2021

Dear Cameron,
I have so many memories running through my head this week. Memories of you, Kirk, Brent and Andy running through Grandma’s house on holidays too busy playing to sit down and eat but every time you ran through the kitchen you would grab one of your favorite dinner rolls. Fourth of July parties at your house when your dad went overboard with fireworks and the one year when you fell over your bike handlebars and it knocked the wind out of you for several minutes. Scared your mom! And the time you rode Andy’s bike down the deck stairs at my house. Scared me! Swimming at my house, lots of trips to Debbie and Don’s house and to Gatlinburg. Holiday World. Your mom liked to dress you and Kirk alike when you were little so you were easy to find in a crowd. Teenage Mutant Turtles. And the contest and concert. Those were the best costumes. Thanks for the memories. May you Rest In Peace.

Love, Aunt Gay

Mike COY

April 1, 2021

Dear Keith and Jill, I was shocked and truly saddened by your loss. Cameron,s wife and your entire family are in my prayers.

Bart Reichenbacker

March 31, 2021

I'm still at a loss as to what led to this brother. I just wish I could understand. Maybe I never will. You could be a stubborn guy but once someone became your friend you would do anything for them. Im going to miss coming over to your team a couple times per week to talk about our favorite video game. We were so close to getting to play it together and now we never will. Sounds silly but that hurts to know that will never happen now. I love you brother. You'll never be forgotten

Terry Schooler

March 31, 2021

Keith, Jill

So very sorry for the loss of your son. Prayers and healing for you and your family.

Terry & Jean Schooler

stanley Franke

March 31, 2021

Keith and Jill, Cathy and I just learned of your loss. I'm sure there are no words to describe the pain and grief you must feel. We have to embrace the memories and know that a better place awaits Cameron. Thinking about you and wishing you comfort.

Stan and Cathy Franke

Ronnie Jordan

March 30, 2021

Cameron, you was a good team mate. We worked in upfit when you 1st started with your crazy colored hair. Then again on team 7. I am going to miss talking to you every day. When I helped you and Keri move was when we got closer as friends. We would game for hours every night playing Defiance. Then on to a bunch of other games. We would go try out our new guns and spend hours talking about them. To some you was a hard person to warm up to. But if they took the time to do so you was a good dependable friend. Always truthful that I liked. Always helped out in any way. We would exchange gifts for xmas and you would go over budget every time. Because to you it didn't matter . If it was something they would like you would get it. You was a good man and you will always be in my heart buddy. May the force be with you.

MaryJane Sexton

March 30, 2021

I am so sorry for your loss... you are in my thoughts.. Prayers Keith and Jill.

FROM THE FAMILY