Cameron's Funeral ❤️

As many of you have heard the devastating news of Cameron passing away after a long a strong fight against the deadly disease of stage four cancer. Cameron was diagnosed with Cancer for the second time six months ago and after his first scan there was already 12 tumors throughout his chest cavity and slowly taking over his major organs. He was immediately put into treatment to try and shrink the tumors enough to allow him to qualify for surgery.The chemo eventually caused him more sickness than benefits and had caused a major infection in his lung. The hospital became his main home unfortunately due to treating the infection that was no longer allowing him to continue chemo until the infection was gone.As many of you remember this took so much time that the tumors continued to grow and we received the devastating news that it had spread to his brain.Going into the surgery, we were all scared to death because of the obvious risks that we could be facing, but getting rid of the tumor was the only hope we had of him beating this toxic disease. To Gods amazing grace, surgery was a success and the tumor was removed without damaging any other parts of the brain. This was a time period where we began to have to much hope that he is going to beat this and kick cancer in the ass like we all want to! Over time the symptoms became worse, and Cam became to loose certain abilities such as speaking and forming thoughts. The time following after that the symptoms only began to go down hill quickly and making the agreement of putting him in hospice care was one of the hardest decisions my family and I had to make because whether we wanted to accept it or not...we knew what the end result would be. Putting all that aside, Cameron has taught us the true meaning of strength because he fought for his life harder than one person I've ever known. He taught everyone who knew him how precious life is and how easy it is to be taken from you. He taught us to live each day like it's your last and to not take anything for granite . To take risks in life to become all you want to be and to never be afraid of failure. He had the biggest heart I knew and made a difference in every life he came in contact with. Cameron's service will be an open service and he would love those who knew him or even wanted to pay their respects based on hearing his story. We are coming to terms with the costliness of funerals and wanting to give Cam the service he deserves and even though we don't expect anything, anything helps and would be much appreciated! Cameron is finally out of pain and is resting in peace with our Amazing Lord! Let's help celebrate his life! Thank you everyone for hearing his story and your continuous love, prayers and support! God Bless!❤️❤️❤️


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Ally Scott 
Simi Valley, CA
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