Cameron was born on October 30, 1998 to Kirstin and James Perry of Cedarville, CA. Cameron spent his childhood and early adolescence on the family ranch in Cedarville, California with his grandma Vida and grandpa Bob. He also spent time living with his great aunt Bonnie. In early 2014 Cameron moved to Washington and finally arrived in Sedro Woolley in December 2014.
Cameron graduated from Sedro Woolley High School in June, 2017. Although he had thought obtaining his high school diploma was next to impossible when he moved to Sedro Woolley, Cameron worked hard, set goals and achieved what he had once thought was impossible. Cameron participated in track and field and was a part of the wrestling team his senior year. Cameron gained a real zest for life after being in Sedro Woolley for a short time. His teachers often commented what a pleasure he was to have in their class and was always willing to help. He had an infectious smile and attitude day after day.
Cameron had been accepted to attend the fall quarter at Skagit Valley College and had plans to become a mechanical engineer.
Cameron was loved and survived by many family and friends. Of those include siblings, Nathan Perry, Johny Perry, Tyrese Franklin and Alexis Sanchez. A village of caregivers and family loved ones including Adrianne Franklin, Kirstin Berry, James Perry, Bonnie Belding, Connie Cole, Joyce Franklin, Savanna Orcutt, Merep Ngiralmou, Brenda Michael, Aidan Franklin, Susanna Alway, Sharon McMahan, Clayton Franklin, David Sanchez and close friends Brenna Palmer-Perry, Dylan Taylor, Moriah Johnson and Orabell Howland.
Cameron was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents Vida and Robert “Bob” Perry.
Cameron will be laid to rest with his grandparents in Cedarville, California.
A viewing, remembrance and service will be held from 2pm – 5pm, Thursday, August 10, 2017 at Lemley Chapel. A brief service will begin at 3:30pm. Arrangements are under the care of Lemley Chapel, Sedro Woolley. Share your memories of Cameron and sign the online guest register