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Cameron Jermaine Moore

December 6, 1976 ~ February 4, 2024 (age 47) 47 Years Old

Cameron Moore Obituary

Cameron Jermaine Moore 47 affectionally known as “CJ, and Sayvon the Mezzenger” who resided in Atlanta Georgia, went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, February 4, 2024.

Cameron was born December 6, 1976, to the RC and Virginia Moore. Cameron confessed his love for Christ at an early age attending Faith Baptist Church in South Bend, Indiana under the leadership of George Joseph. He moved to Atlanta GA in 1997 he became a member of Free Life Experience Church under the leadership of Canton Jones where he joined the gospel praise team and traveled with them on tour.

Cameron was an excellent baseball player; he played ball from t-ball all the way to Thomas Stadium in Niles, MI, winning many trophies and championships. He traveled with the traveling baseball team and his dad, mom, little sister and many other family and friends followed him wherever he went because he was great at the sport. Cameron would steal bases and get to home base before you could blink. Baseball was one of his passions.

Cameron leaves to cherish his memory his loving father RC Moore, sister Tanesha R. (Javon) Scruggs sons Sayvon D. McLeod who all reside in South Bend, Indiana and December Cameron Moore who reside in Atlanta, GA, 1 niece Sandra Marie Scruggs 2 nephews Javon Scruggs Jr. and Jayshawn Scruggs, 3 very close friends Jamil Cornelius, Todd Lahti and Mark Adams 2 God sisters Robyn Williams and Vanessa James. 1 God brother Denzel James.4 Aunts Diane Moore, Lillie Miller (Norwood), Rosie Croom (Ben) and Cre Anne Mwale (Charles). 3 uncles Wiilie James Moore (Tamani Moore), Roosevelt Moore and Hilary “Gus” Mayo several cousins and a host of other family and friends

He was preceded in death in by his mother Virginia Moore, niece Destiny Marie Scruggs, paternal grandparents’ RC Moore and Corrine Jackson maternal grandparents Aron and Pearline Mayo, Aunts Barbara Jean James, Doris Evans, Clara Ann Bluitt, Teretha Morgan, Charity Bibbs, Dovie Miller and close friend Jason Williams

Cameron lived a fruitful and exciting life. He was the host for a Gospel TV show in Atlanta called “God City”, a barber and he was on the “Preachers of Atlanta”. He loved music which started at a young age singing in the choir and many various ensembles. He recorded many songs and produced a cd “G.O.D” (God’s Other Disciple) and a song with his sister “This is my Destiny”. He loved his family. His sister was his buddy they often would sing the song “My buddy and Me” to one another while talking on the phone. Cameron won a Stellar Award for helping Canton Jones with the “I Am Justice” album.  Cameron was very adventurous and loved to travel the world. He loved to smile and have a good time he definitely was the life of the party; he would start rapping to anything and make his own beats. Then look at you and say you like that don’t you with a giggle. His contagious laugh and sense of humor will be greatly missed.

We will miss you dear loved one, but we know that you have moved on to a higher place with the Lord.

Humbly submitted by the family

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February 19, 2024

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Faith Baptist Church
1002 Blaine Avenue
South Bend, Indiana 46616

Celebration of Life
February 19, 2024

1:00 PM
Faith Baptist Church
1002 Blaine Avenue
South Bend, Indiana 46616


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