Kameron Bernard Koepke, 27, passed away unexpectedly Feb. 18, 2022.
He was born Oct. 27, 1994 in Hollywood, Florida to Scott Koepke and Jacqueline Campbell.
Kameron attended Camden -Rockport Elementary, Middle, and High school transferring to Weston High in Florida.
Kameron worked as an apprentice under the leadership of his father in the family tile business earning his master’s and excelling in his field.
From an early age, Kameron was filled with an intense energy, full of passion and curiosity. His loving, caring nature made him the most loyal friend.
Kameron’s passion was snowboarding and skateboarding, and spending winters doing tricks at the terrain park at the Snow Bowl or doing backflips at the skate parks.
Kameron loved the water and enjoyed spending time at the Rockport Harbor on the schooner with Captain Bob, Dawn, Emily, and Will Tassi.
Kameron stepped into the role as father seamlessly, pouring love, joy, and attention into his family. An amazing father, son, brother, and friend leaving an empty irreplaceable void in all who loved him.
Kameron was predeceased by his father Scott Koepke; stepmother Lessy Koepke; grandfather Linwood Campbell, Sr.; uncles Matt Koepke, Brian Kahil, Linwood Campbell Jr., Steve Campbell and his beloved younger brother Keanu Ian Campbell.
He is survived by his mother Jacqueline Campbell; his beautiful sons, Cody Lee and Theodore Koepke; the mother of his children, Jessica Decker; grandparents Larry and Sandy Koepke, of Florida; grandmother Linda Campbell; uncles Pete Koepke, Jason Koepke, Percy Campbell, Mike Campbell, Rick Campbell and their families; and best friends Will Tassi, Jack Ehlers, Nick Lanza and Espen McQuatters.
Please join us for Kameron’s Celebration of Life to be held at the Samoset on Saturday, April 16, 5-8 p.m., sharing memories and enjoying lite fare, followed by the lighting of water lanterns off the breakwater. Shuttle service will be provided.