Camron Austin Jackson
August 6, 1999 – June 12, 2021
Camron was a smile in trying times, A shoulder to lean on, and a person to count on. He was born August 6th 1999. With head full of hair and the cutest little butt chin that he inherited from his father. His dad was so proud of that moment because he made a spitting image of himself. As a baby he was so happy and cheerful. As soon as he could walk he got into everything! Camron was huge mommas boy you could find him hanging off her hip at any given moment or riding around town in the car. His first birthday was at lake Yosemite. His dad and mom and siblings all got to enjoy cake all over his face and the little moments they now cherish. He loved being outside he rarely if ever stayed in if he didnt have to. Camron would stay many of nights with his big brother and followed him where ever he went. He wanted to do everything his big brother did every single time. He looked up to him and adored him and wanted to be just like him. He was about 6 when he was put on his first skateboard. He was so scared but after that there was no stopping him he went every where on a skateboard. Camron went on many trips and on one particular trip his mom took him and his sister to the snow. They had such a blast. They had so much fun that Camron and his sister decided to take their sleds and slide down their grandparents car. Their grandparents didnt notice right away but when they did ofcourse Camron and his sister denied everything. At the age of 11 he lost a very important person in his life and his biggest allie, his father. He was a mess. This was the first time he had ever been heart broken. He was greatly supported by his aunts and brother during this time. Everyone reminded him that he was loved by his father although he had passed. His big brother reminded him of moments they had shared and what he meant to their father.This brought hope back into him and made him strong again. In high school he started playing football and it became a fiery passion of his. He was amazing on that field and was beyond proud as was everyone who loved him. During his highschool years he frequented many of places. One place he was known to go was the fair he loved it, be that if he was by himself or had friends to join. He traveled to Texas where he finally met his nephew. They went everywhere together they were inseparable. He returned some time later and was one of the first people to take him swimming. He was so proud to be an uncle and it was something special to see. As he grew older he dreamed to be an underwater welder. He did so much research on it and was excited about his future. There was not a soul he didnt tell. Camron was the glue. He brought people together that wouldn't commonly come together. At everything function or gathering he was the life of it. One thing he did and was great at was dancing. Didnt matter what kind of dance because he nailed it. His knowledge was vass and his conversations were intellectual and comforting. Camron always knew what to say, he really did. Camron was a son, grandson, brother, uncle, cousin, nephew, and friend. He leaves on a legacy so powerful that he will never be forgotten.