Cameron Knerr Death – Cameron Knerr a resident of Wapakoneta, Ohio, and the Owner and CEO of Sick Kicks & Apparel passed away at 8:20 p.m., Tuesday, January 16, 2024 at Mercy Health-St. Rita’s Medical Center. He was 33 years old at the time of his death. He was announced dead through a social media publication that read “Saddened to wake up to the news of Cameron Knerr’s passing. He was always a joy to be around.”
Who was Cameron Knerr?
Cameron M. Knerr was born on November 25, 1990 in Lima, to Toby Knerr and Teresa (Howard) Doseck. A 2010 graduate of Wapakoneta High School, Cameron was a fan of The Ohio State University Buckeyes and the Cincinnati Bengals. He also loved playing golf. He loved and cherished his three daughters, Paityn, Aliya and Violet. He was adore by his three siblings, Mahgen Nance, Connor Doseck and Madison Doseck.
Cameron will always be remembered for his quick wit and ability to make anyone laugh. Just like his dad he wasn’t just the life of the party…he was the party. He loved being a “girl dad” and his girls adored him. He was a Sales Representative at Arrowhead Lakes Resort and the owner of Sick Kicks & Apparel.
Tribute to Cameron Knerr
Lupe Behrens in a social media post said “Please pray for this family. This is so heartbreaking for me since I knew Cameron Knerr since he was in the 8th grade. He was friends with my son. He was always so funny and very respectful when he came over. Cameron Knerr had a heart of gold. If he only knew how many people loved him.”
“Oh Cam. Some of My furthest memories have u in them. With ur little boy self bugging your sister with the worst cowlick ever begging her to make u cereal and turn on mrs doubtfire. Running in and out of the door so ur mom freaked out all the time for air conditioning the outside.” Ciara Garee wrote. “I remember u thinking you were the shit because of your little earring. I’ll forever miss and love you cam. Watch over your babies and their mommas. God please be with all your loved ones. Rest easy Bubba. Until then.”
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