Gregory Allan Cameron, beloved father, son, grandpa, and brother left this world on November 5, 2021 and is now wrapped in the arms of his loving Savior Jesus Christ. He was surrounded by his 3 children whom he loved very much when he peacefully passed away.
Greg was born January 29, 1966, his mother, Sharon Joy, always talked about how beautiful of a baby he was. People would often think he was a girl because of his big brown eyes and adorable dimples. Sharon and Greg had a special bond and he was a total mama's boy. Greg was the 4th out of 8 kids. His family was very close-knit and spent a lot of time together. They were known for always being the loudest in the room.
Greg had 3 children that were his pride and joy. They loved spending time with him and never had to doubt how proud of them he was. He was always quick to compliment and support them no matter what. He loved them so much and showed them unconditional love. That love and pride amplified towards his grandchildren; all 16 of them. He often teased his kids and called them “breeders” because of how many grandchildren he had. They too loved him very much. Whenever he was around he gave them his undivided attention. He enjoyed playing with them, reading books together, listening to their stories, going out for ice cream, taking pictures, having sleepovers and spoiling them with toys and treats.
He loved taking his family on boating trips to Lake Powell, as well as going on car rides with the windows down and some of his favorite music blaring so others could enjoy it too. Family was the most important thing to him, he was always capturing the moment, so he could reflect back on memories made. Holidays and special occasions were his favorite, especially Christmas; it was always go big or go home. He always made sure to instill the value of what Christmas was truly about, Jesus Christ and how to serve others.
Greg was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He shared his testimony loud, proud and often. He followed the example of Jesus Christ and would quite literally give people the shirt off his back. If he had the means to help someone, he would absolutely do it. He made friends easily because he made every person he met feel loved and special. It didn’t matter to him where you came from, what you looked like, or how you acted, he always treated everyone with love and kindness.
He was very passionate about this country and preserving the freedoms for his family, to him that was every person he ever met or hadn’t met yet. He spent the last few years of his life exclusively working with the Weber county patriots & take action for freedom for this cause. His family and friends are so proud of all the good he did.
One of his other passions was his partnership in founding SAFE. This business venture was about promoting wellness in all aspects of life. He loved the minerals that the company developed and if you have ever held a 30 second conversation with him, he would have told you about them. He loved his SAFE family dearly.
He was preceded in death by his Mother, Sharon Furniss; step father, Richard Furniss; Father, Daniel Cameron.
He is survived by his 3 children Brittany (Steve) Moelter, Brody (Kirstie) Cameron, Brianne (Chase) Smith, 16 grandchildren, his siblings Tammy Christman, Danene (Rick) Fowler, Richard (DeeDee) Cameron, Danny (Diana) Cameron, Beckie (Jason) Reisen, Ryan (K’Leena) Furniss, and Princess Jenny Furniss.
Greg’s celebration of life will be held on December 4, 2021 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 4955 Adams Ave, South Ogden UT 84403 from 1-4 pm.