Cameron Nicole Wilson, 21, died peacefully on Friday, September 27, 2019.
Cameron was born on July 27, 1998 in Baltimore, MD. She was the youngest of three children born to Ronald F. Wilson, Sr. and Lynette Wilson. She graduated from Clarksburg High School, graduated from Paul Mitchell with a Cosmetology license, she was attending Montgomery College, and worked at the Hair Cuttery in Clarksburg, MD. Cameron’s recent endeavor was to join the Navy and become an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Cameron provided a donor gift of all her internal organs that will potentially save the lives of over 100 people.
She loved being with family and friends more than anything. She loved modeling, make-up, dancing, singing, talking trash, roller skating, face painting, doing the stick it and roll it dance with her cousin Chandler, spending money on Jordan sneakers and hair and nail products, taking mini-vacations, and getting tattoos and piercings. She was very creative, loved crocheting, sewing, drawing, and favorite past time was eating any and everything, especially chocolate. She loved the beach and a big bowl of Ben and Jerry’s Chunky Monkey ice cream, but most of all she loved Maximus (aka Max).
She was a member of Mount Calvary Baptist Church in Rockville, MD.
She is survived by her loving parents, Ronald F. Wilson, Sr. and Lynette Wilson; siblings, Ronald F. Wilson Jr., Rashonda T. Wilson, Sheldon X. Wilson, and Jordan A. Wilson; grandparents, Charles and Louise Bryant; aunts and uncles, Robin Gray, Timothy Gray, Lamont Wilson, Janice Adams, Marlene Anderson, Rhonda Hudnell, and Debbie Rollins (aka Aunt Debbie Cakes); godfather, Darryl Hall; a host of other family members and friends.