Cameron Elton Johnson

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Cameron Elton Johnson, 22, died Sunday, March 13, 2022 in Indiana. He was born in Louisville, Kentucky on September 25, 1999 to Eddie Jasper Johnson and Christee Michelle Weinbach Johnson. Cameron was a senior at Ben Davis High School’s Thrive Program and was a member of the Unified Track Team. He attended Danville Deaf Baptist Mission Church. Cameron didn’t let his autism get in the way of his life. Cameron’s favorite thing to do was shop Amazon. He enjoyed drawing, going to stores, being outdoors, swimming, traveling and going different places, especially Gatlinburg Smokey Mountains. Cameron collected assortments of college and NFL flags, and tshirts with all different logos. He loved all sports, especially UK Basketball, Scooby Doo and Mickey Mouse. Cameron was loved so much by everyone. He is predeceased by his paternal grandfather, Eddie Johnson. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his grandparents, Sandy Johnson of Danville, Peggy Grace (Barry) of Belton, KY, Wes Weinbach (Rhonda) Richland City, IN; brother, Ethan Raymond Johnson of Danville; aunts, Sarita Kay Johnson of Jacksonville, Florida, Jessica Newcom (Eric) of Belton, Kentucky, Katie Morrison (Brandon) of Indianapolis, Indiana; uncles, Travis Grace (Stefani) of Bowling Green, Kentucky, Dave Johnson (Karla) of Concord, North Carolina; cousins, Dylan, Allyson and Matthew Johnson, Ashton and Emma Newcom, Naomi and Jonah Morrison, Sawyer Grace. The funeral service will be 3pm, Thursday, March 17, 2022 at Stith Funeral Home in Junction City. Rev. Jack Williamson will officiate. Visitation will be 11am – 3pm, prior to the service, Thursday. There will be a private family burial in Jetson, Kentucky at a later date. Please sign the online guestbook and send a Hugs from Home. Visitation: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., Thursday, March 17, 2022 at Stith Funeral Home in Junction City Funeral Service: 3 p.m., Thursday, March 17, 2022 at Stith Funeral Home in Junction City Minister: Rev. Jack Williamson

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  1. My prayers are with you as you manage this difficult time. As believers, we know that man is born of a woman for a few days and in the end we will all be caught up together and we will see each other again in a better location. Our spirits will come together on that joyous event. As a parent, I understand it being a challenge to be without your wonderful child. Words seem to pale in response to his presence. My prayers are with you at those moments. I am grateful for the time I was in his presence at BDHS. Thank you for that opportunity. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Mrs. Noble-Ash, Speech Therapist

  2. We are so sorry for your loss. Our hearts go out to you at this sad time. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with your family. May God grant you strength and peace. The Coop’s

  3. So very sorry for your loss of such an awesome young man. Sending hugs and prayers to his family and friends.

  4. My condolences to Christee and her family on the unexpected passing of her love. I’ll do prayers for you and your family. Hugs

  5. I remember when all of y’all did a pit stop here on a trip to or from Baton Rouge. He was very young and I truly enjoyed that visit. I know he will be missed so much. Love to all.

  6. Cameron had the sweetest heart. He will be greatly missed by many! Sending all my love, prayers and thoughts with all his loved ones. Jasper and Sarita, I love you both very much and my heart is broken for you guys.

  7. Cameron was the oldest of our cousin bunch, I enjoyed so many memories with him that I will miss. Even though we will have alot of grief on earth, Cam is up in heaven no longer having difficulty that he could never get away from in this world. Love and prayers for our family

  8. So awfully sorry for your loss. Praying for the peace that passes all understanding and strength for the coming days.

  9. I never got much time with Cam but the time I did yielded great memories. We miss you Cam, give Eddie a hug for us all. Love you all.

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