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Kameron Heeth Bennett

Our beautiful son, brother, grandson, nephew, and friend chose to end his life on March 12th, 2024.  Kameron entered the world in a rush on August 26th, 2001, barely giving his parents time to get to the hospital!  A beautiful smiling boy who always loved adventure and animals. His passion for caring for others is predominant.

With a contagious smile and infectious laugh, Kameron was a bundle of boundless energy, pranks, laughs, and curiosity. From a young age, he was drawn to adventure like a magnet, whether it was exploring the great outdoors or getting to know the creatures that inhabit it.  He always had a snake or lizard in his hands or was chasing after something to inspect.

Not a day went by without a laugh, joke, or prank to show his love for everyone.  Some of his joys were catching or raising fish, hunting with his dad and siblings, anything he could nurture, and he was an aspiring chef.  His favorite fish to catch was Bass, and boy could he catch those!  When it came to raising them, his favorite was the Corydora catfish that was his first tattoo.

Kameron had a natural gift for forging connections with people from all walks of life. He was the first to extend a hand of friendship to newcomers, making them feel welcome in new situations. His young cousins could always count on him to get some energy out running around and playing.

Reaching for the stars and the idea of joining Space Force had been taking over his future aspirations, and was very proud of his work at Northrop Grumman and future opportunities.  Unfortunately, due to struggles in his life we won’t get to see our boy reach his dreams.

Kameron will be deeply missed by his parents, Daryl Heeth Bennett and Carly Jo Robison Bennett, brother Austin Chris Bennett, sister Addyson Jo Bennett, grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins, and countless friends.  

Though he is gone, we know he was welcomed by his grandfather Hiram Jackson Robison Jr, his childhood friend and cousin, Nicholas “Nickabum” Joseph Jackson Fedorff, and his great uncle, Don “Chris” Christian Bennett.

Funeral services will be held Thursday March 21st, 2024 at 12 p.m. at Horsley Funeral Home, 132 W. 300 N. Friends may visit with the family prior to the service. 

The family invites anyone to share a memory of our Kameron during the services and send photos, memories, stories, and comments to the family using the email address, [email protected].

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