Joshua Steven Ray Cameron

November 29, 1976June 4, 2021

Joshua Steven Ray Cameron, 44, was born on November 29th 1976 and passed away in Oak Grove Missouri on June 4th 2021.

Joshua's passions included fishing, hunting, and working on cars. But his greatest passion was being a father to his four children.

Josh was a hard working man. He started his career in life working as a mechanic, and worked as a self employed contractor for most of his life after that.

Josh never met a stranger, and befriended everyone he met with an open heart and mind. He was the kind of man you could call for a favor, a good time, or a good laugh.

Josh's goofy sense of humor and boisterous laugh was contagious to everyone he was around.

Josh was preceded by his son Riley Ray Cameron, and his younger sister, Brandy Pitchell, who passed in 2013.

Josh is survived by his four children; Wyatt, Amber, Anthony, and Lucas; mother and father; Debbie Blevins, Steve Cameron and his three younger siblings; Kadee, Kenny and Keith Barrows.

Memorial Services will be held on Tuesday, June 15th 10am at Newcomer's Noland Road Chapel 509 S Noland Rd Independence, MO 64050. Donations can be provided at the memorial service, all remaining donations will go to his four children.


  • Memorial Service

    Tuesday, June 15, 2021


Joshua Steven Ray Cameron

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Imo Acevedo

June 15, 2021

we had some good times My friend
Josh was a guy that would give you the shirt off his back,the kind of friend you could depend on for anything .I met him around 97
at the gym and threw work,we bin good friends ever since
He is my righteous brother and he will be missed Much love and Respect
RIP OG gravel road Gangsta

Angela Swartwood

June 10, 2021

Josh was a good man he lived next to my grandparents at tarsney lake for a long time and his son wyatt used to play with my son Ethan when they were little. He was crazy,spontaneous, and would always make you laugh for sure. His smile would light up a whole room . He will be truly missed

Lyanna Hamlin

June 10, 2021

I was a neighbor of Josh’s and Elaine’s at one time. He was always willing to help us when needed and he always had that awesome grin! I remember he loved his ole car and he loved his kids dearly. He was our friend.... Josh, we love ya and you will be missed! Lyanna Hamlin