Harvey Cameron

Cameron Michael Harvey

Cameron Michael Harvey, beloved son and talented artist, passed away suddenly on Friday, February 24, 2023, at the age of 29. Cameron was born on September 16, 1993. His loss is deeply felt by his family, friends, and all who knew him.

Cameron’s true passion was for video games. He was an avid gamer. He also had a passion for art that was evident from an early age. He was truly a gifted artist. He loved to draw. His unique style and attention to detail were a testament to his talent and dedication. Cameron also had a love for cuisine and cooking. He enjoyed exploring new flavors and experimenting with different recipes. His culinary creations were always delicious and served with a warm smile. He had a natural talent in the kitchen, and his passion for food was contagious.

But above all, Cameron will be remembered for his gentle nature and kind heart. He had a way of making everyone feel welcome and loved. His warm personality and infectious laughter brought joy to those around him. He will be deeply missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Cameron is survived by his parents, Gloria Harvey, Michael (Joanne) Harvey; sisters Amanda Respers, Diana (Jon) Allmond, and Kristine Rawls; nieces Daria Respers and Sharlene Rawls; and nephew Ezra Allmond. Also left to mourn are many, many cousins, Aunts, Uncles and friends. His family and friends will always cherish the memories they have of him and the impact he had on their lives.

A celebration of Cameron’s life will be held on March 11, 2023, at the Briscoe-Tonic Funeral Home, 7 Industrial Park Drive, Waldorf, MD at 2:00 PM EST.

The Harvey family sincerely thank all of you for your love, support, encouraging words, gifts, cards, acts of kindness, and most of all your prayers.


6 thoughts on "Cameron Michael Harvey"

Boardgaming Anonymous says:

Cameron, you were taken from us far too soon. The shock has left us all speechless. Know that myself and the community you were a part of online misses you dearly. Rest easy, my friend. You will never be forgotten.

To the family and relatives of Cameron, my sincerest condolences. Cameron was a beacon to many of us online across the US, as well as around the world, from Australia, Canada, Spain, France, and further. Through his art, his humor, his energy, and his warmth, he was such a beacon of kindness and joy in our online spaces. While some of us never got to meet him in person, others got to share memories in person at conventions or gatherings, yet we are all deeply sorry for your loss. He was truly an outstanding figure in our community. I hope that knowing you are not alone in your pain in this time, but that others across the globe share in your grief, brings some small level of comfort. Cameron leaves a legacy behind that touched so many lives in so many ways.

I am truly, truly sorry for your loss. May God give you all the strength you need in these times, and may He forever hold Cameron in the palm of his hand.

All of our love and prayers,
The “Boardgaming Anonymous” Friends

Keda says:

My condolences to his family, I’d known him for a good handful of years, and it was sad to hear of his passing. May his spirit find rest in the next life.

Robin Crawford says:

My dear Gloria and family, Cameron was a lighthouse on the lonely dark seas. Such a wonderful, pleasant and loving young man in a world where they aren’t easily found. I pray that all of you find comfort in the knowledge that Cameron was well loved, well respected and well received. Well done my good and faithful servant was his greeting at the pearly gates. He watches over every one of us here in the earthly realm until we see him again in glory.

Mike, Joanne and Family…I have been at a total loss for words all week. The sting of death puts us in an unexplainable shock. Know that you’re in my prayers for comfort, for healing- as you absorb the memories of this gentle giant. One day at a time. Keep in mind he’s not dead, he transitioned from this life to his God-given home. Cherish the good times. Grieve in your own way and on your own time table. My heart is with you as you say farewell, we’ll see you on the other side.

Joanne/Michael and family- I have been at a loss for words all week. Just know that I am praying for you thru this season. None of us know how long we have on earth. The sting of death puts us in an unexplainable shock. I’m sorry I won’t be able to be there to celebrate the life of this gentle giant of yours. Grieve in your own way and on your own time table. Love and heartfelt prayers for healing and comfort.

Deniece & Antoine Jones says:

Thank you Cameron for the beautiful memories you have left us with. The 29 years you were here with us has been so very short. Thank you for the way you enter the room and greet us every time. Thank you for the “Cameron Harvey” sense of humor. Thank you for showing us all how it should be done each time you opened your arms to give a hug and a kind word. Thank you for being the best son, brother, cousin, nephew, and FRIEND!!! Thank you for being you!!!

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