Kameron Stott, Donor
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Nothing short of amazing...
Kameron Dade Stott
Sept. 6, 1997 – June 2014
Kameron has impacted so many lives at such a young age. His peers admired his intelligence, unconditional loyalty, compassion for others, desire to help everyone, honesty and his fun-loving free spirit. His family loves him for his show of love, readiness to help, knowledge, generosity and his positive attitude. He only wanted to make people happy and help everyone through their tough moments, even people he didn’t know.
A classmate shared a story about Kameron with me. One day during lunch, she was sitting by herself and was crying because she had a bad day. Kameron happened to walk past her and stopped to ask her if she ok and gave her a hug. He sat with her the rest of lunch and by the time it was time to go to class she was smiling.
One year on Kameron’s birthday, we were supposed to hang out and celebrate as a family. However, Kameron had other plans. We had new neighbors moving in and Kameron spent the day helping them move their stuff in and he did it with a smile on his face. It was in the middle of summer in Arizona.
He wanted to protect and teach his younger sister how to be a good person and help others. He wanted to teach her to stand up for herself and be a strong individual. He was truly an amazing mentor. He wanted to be a psychologist and help everyone and try to prevent them from feeling pain.
Kameron is nothing short of an amazing son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend. So for him to donate was an obvious choice. He is thought of, missed and absolutely loved… Today, tomorrow, forever.