Cameron Rebuilding a New Life

Cameron has began his recovery, the challenges that need financial support are a specialized vehicle, a remodel to his parents home to care for him, on top of complicated medical and care costs. Can you possibly imagine losing the use of your arms and legs because of a spinal cord injury in a car accident and then being stuck in a hospital without family or friends during a pandemic? Cameron is 24 years old, a father of beautiful year old Harleigh  and someone that you can’t help but love to be around.    Cameron is one of the hardest workers you could ever find and is dearly loved by so many for his fun loving spirit and heart of gold.  

On Friday afternoon February 7, 2020 Cameron’s life was changed forever by a tragic car accident.    He was flown to University of Maryland Shock Trauma and treated in ICU with critical life threatening injuries. Cameron has never met someone that he couldn’t call a  friend after meeting them and he has always worked hard for everything he has and for his family.  He is always laughing, caring and ready to lend a hand to anyone that needed it.    He was working a full time job and working full time starting his own very busy business R-Cam Construction.  This is not a young man that deserves to have such a tragic event occur to him. 

Ron & Keirlyn, his mother and father, his sister Kaytlin, his daughter Harleigh are truly his most valued treasures. Since that fateful day in February his family has struggled to manage being there for Cameron and taking care of his family while maintaining their own fulltime jobs.    Cameron underwent many surgeries and faced numerous challenges before he left the ICU to face his very serious spinal cord injury.  His road has been long, and the road before this family will be months and years long.

PLEASE CONSIDER GIVING TO CAMERONS FAMILY TO ENSURE THEY CAN CONTINUE TO CARE FOR HIM AND HARLEIGH after this horrific spinal cord injury. Travel costs to Baltimore, missed time from work, utility, insurance, medical, mortgage payments and costs to make his home accessible when he returned home were just a few expenses that have occurred for this family ON TOP OF LOSS of their income from the small businesses the family operates, and the impact of COVID. I know life has been hard for all of us being stuck home more, or being essential and working more. But imagine learning at 24 years old that you will also be a quadriplegic. And being alone while you emotionally and physically recover hours from home. We are grateful Cameron returned home May 22 after his care at UMD Shock trauma and then Kerman Rehabilitation. Planned fund raising events have been postponed because of the pandemic and the need to social distance. Your help is so important right now Please find it in your heart to make a donation to support Cameron, as Cam 2.0 is launched. If you prefer you can also mail a check to Keirlyn Hinson at 102 Division St, Preston, Md 21655 Please note: the donation to the actual GoFundMe website at the checkout is optional.. you can change it on your own to only include your contribution to Cameron.



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    • $100 
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    • $50 (Offline)
    • 4 mos
  • Carla Johnson 
    • $100 (Offline)
    • 4 mos
  • Patty Blakeney 
    • $100 (Offline)
    • 4 mos
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    • $50 (Offline)
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Organizer and beneficiary

Heidi Dodd Rochon 
Preston, MD
Keirlyn Hinson 
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