We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Stodghill Funeral Home
Our son, Cameron Neal Foster, of Newburgh, IN, left his earthly home way too soon for our hearts to bear, to join our Savior. For those who were fortunate enough to truly get to know him, they were blessed by his friendship, loyalty, dry sense of humor and his abundant love. He was a genuine gentle giant of a young man and loved being “Uncle Cameron”.
Melissa and Kelly Foster had proudly welcomed their baby boy into the world 5 weeks early as he just couldn’t wait to arrive on March 4, 1999 in Montgomery, AL. On Thursday, December 30, 2021 he suddenly became ill and passed just a few hours later at Deaconess Gateway Hospital.
Cameron was a member of the Gibson Southern High School Class of 2018, played on the men’s tennis team and the inaugural lacrosse team while working at Log Inn in his off time. After graduation, he proudly entered into the workforce full-time where he was employed by Cintas and then with his current employer Securitas, where he was the Lead Security Officer for One Main in Evansville, IN. He was a member of the Fort Branch First United Methodist Church.
Cameron will be missed beyond measure by his parents and brother: Brandon (Lauren) Foster and nephews Owen and Caleb of Lawrenceburg, IN. His aunts, Melinda (Bryan) Duckett of Danville, IN and Melanie (John) Sayers of Clayton, IN. Grandparents, Norman & Joyce Richie of Rensselaer, IN and Deborah Lockridge of Newburgh, IN. Loved ones we are already missing in our hearts are great-grandparents: Prentis & Donna Foster of Elnora, IN; Dale & Annetta Wynkoop of Rensselaer, IN and Jason & Rachel Richie of Rensselaer, IN.
We will gather together to say our goodbyes to Cameron at Stodghill Funeral Home in Fort Branch, IN on January 7, 2022 at noon with Rev. John Baylor, Jr. and visitation beginning at 10am. On January 9, 2022 visitation from 1pm-3pm at Kniman United Methodist Church in Kniman, IN with Rev. Dave Patterson. A private interment will be held at the Richie Cemetery. For those so inclined to make a donation in lieu of flowers, please consider The Richie Cemetery Maintenance Fund (c/o Norm Richie, 5184 W 200 N, Rensselaer, IN 47978).