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Cameron Dwight Harmon

U.S. Veteran

Burial Date December 8, 2018


December 7, 2018
Henderson County Funeral services, Inc. Chapel
1 pm – 8 pm (Family Hours 5pm – 8pm)


December 8, 2018
Temple Worship Center
Parsons, Tennessee
1pm (Remains will be in state from 11 am – 1pm)


Garrett Cemetery
Perryvill, Tennessee
Repast will follow back at Temple Worship Center

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On January 16, 1991, God allowed us to borrow one of his angels. Blessing the lives of his parents, Robert Ray Harmon and Sonya Kay Esters. He was born in Jackson, TN and they would call their angel “Cameron Dwight Harmon”. His father was serving his country and deployed to Kuwait. Cameron was born on the same day as Operation Desert Storm began, so he was unable to attend his birth.

He completed his secondary education in Parsons, TN and later received his high school diploma in Alexandria, Virginia. Upon graduating from high school, he joined the United States Army proudly serving six years with tours to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Cameron’s heart smiled, and his laughter was so contagious when he was in the presence of his two sons Braylen and Mason. He carried his sons on his very broad shoulders, a great father.

He was preceded in death by a man that God enriched our family with. He was Cameron’s mentor and hero. He called him “Honey Pooch”. His granddaddy Joe Arthur Brasher. He leaves to celebrate his life his two sons, Braylen Jamaal Harmon and Mason Alexander Harmon. Parents, Robert Harmon and Sonya Esters. Brother and Sisters, Marcus Twyman, Brittany Twyman, and Chelsea Harmon. Grandmothers, Brenda Brasher and Geneva Williams. Grandfather, Buddy Esters. Mother of his two sons, Kathaleana Rodriguez. A nephew and a niece, Elijah Buckley and Caleigh Mason. Five Aunts, Jeanette Guider,
Kimberly Turner, Lori Esters, Georgia Sims, and Paris Owens. Six uncles, Roderick Williams, Bert Esters, Nathaniel Estes,
Cedric Campbell, Brandon Esters, and Brian Esters. He had many great friends but a few that he had special bonds with,\ Cornell Hurley, Iesha Ford, Bryan Sorrow, Cody Haycock, Elizondo Guerro, Mark Norwood, and Efrain Felix. A special cousin, Colby Garrett. A roommate that stood by his side, Clayton Smith. His military Apache family and Brothers in Arms, A-Company 2-159. APOCHL!

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