On November 10th an angel received his wings, Cameron Wade Dickerson left this world way too soon. Cameron was born Feb. 23, 2004 in Farmville, Va., a place that was truly special to him. Cameron resided in Mathews County, Va., with his father Chuck, stepmother Shelly, and stepbrother Anakin. Just a few months shy of his 18th birthday, he was looking forward so much to returning to Farmville. He wanted to be with his best friend, hero and big sister, Harley. A place that was truly his home. Cameron was the kind of person you could not help but fall in love with. His smile would get you first; his laughter and his amazing sense of humor were contagious. Cameron had the biggest, kindest, most forgiving and non-judgmental heart. Cameron was a very talented guitar player and had a natural talent for music anywhere he went. He wanted to make people smile, learning new magic tricks, and he took pride sharing them, especially with his dad. He was a prankster, always ready with a new joke. Cameron enjoyed Motorsports and working on things with his dad. He was so smart and was a hard worker that never complained, always offering to help anyone do anything. Cameron was one of a kind.
At 17 he was already a better man than most. Cameron, you are so loved and will forever be missed. Until we meet again, big guy, rest easy.
Cameron is survived by his father, Charles Dickerson; sisters, Harley and Caitlin Dickerson; stepbrother, Anakin Smallwood; stepmother, Shelly Smith; mother, Courtney Lee Robinson; grandfather, Papa Charles Dickerson Sr.; uncle, Chip Dickerson; cousins, Ethan, Aubrey, and many more that called him family. Puckett Funeral Home is serving the family.