Cameron Tyler Davis

August 09, 1991 - November 25, 2020 

Cameron Tyler Davis

August 09, 1991 - November 25, 2020 

Obituary for Cameron Tyler Davis

Cameron Tyler Davis of Dayton, Ohio was a deeply adored son, brother, uncle, cousin and friend whom died unexpectedly on November 25, 2020 at the age of 29 in his hometown.

Cameron is survived by his parents, Fred Davis and Amber Williams; siblings, Michaela, Brhiannon and Alexis; niece and nephews, Maleah, Legend, Jackson and Channing; several aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends.

He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Max & Viviana Williams, Blanche Isham; Uncle Ralph Davis and Aunt Angela Williams.

Cameron impacted the hearts of many. Most remember him as a kind, gentle ginger giant who liked to have a good time wherever he went. He had friends that reached far and wide, most of whom he met while online gaming. He considered his friends as family. We never knew how many people’s lives he touched and the unbreakable bonds he made with them.

Cameron had a tough exterior but those who really knew him realized he was sensitive, quiet and reserved. He flourished around the people he held dear to him. Cameron loved to sing, but mostly did so in private. If you were lucky enough, he would have whipped up something amazing in the kitchen for you. He had passions, but ultimately his mind took him away from us.

Cameron struggled immensely, but he always tried to stand tall. He was always trying to protect and help others, even when he couldn’t do so for himself. He was searching for a peace he could not find within himself. He cared too deeply and loved too hard. He did not understand his worth or how much he was loved. He meant more to people than his mind would allow him to believe.

Cameron has left an aching hole in our hearts. We wish we could go back and take his pain away. But he is free from the things that held him down and his mind is at peace now. He will be dearly missed by all. We will forever hold him in our hearts. We hope you’re at rest in the stars above, bubby. We love you more than you could ever imagine.
Rest in peace 🖤

Please, always be kind. ** Listen to one another. ** Never let someone struggle alone before it’s too late.
If you need help, please don’t hesitate to reach out to a friend, family member, or contact the National Suicide Prevention hotline at: 800-273-8255.
If you struggle with addiction, reach out to the SAMHSA National Helpline at: 1-800-662-4357.

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