Steven Bradley Cameron, 63, was born April 30, 1958, to William (Bill) Donald Cameron and Betty Sue (Reed) Cameron of Kansas City, where he spent most of his life until his family moved and settled in El Dorado Springs. Steve went to and graduated from Eldo High, class of 1976, afterwards he attended and graduated from Lincoln University Jeff City. Steve was a very hardworking man, he was a concrete finisher alongside his father and brother for 40 plus years. Steve passed away on Sept. 28, 2021, peacefully at his home, surrounded by his family and friends.
Steve had many adventures, traveled all over the country and made friends where ever he went. He was warm, outgoing and maybe a tad bit ornery. He met the love of his life Lisa and they had a son (Brad) on Jan 3, 1986, then they were married on Dec. 28, 1986. Later they had a daughter (Audrey) on Dec. 19, 1988. Steve was a very devoted husband and father. In 2009 Steve and Lisa gave away their daughter’s hand in marriage, where they gained another son (Josh) and two grandchildren (Jasmine and Peyton). In 2011, they were blessed with their third grandchild, Madyson, which is their pride and joy. Steve loved and spoiled all of his grandkids, he taught them all how to fish and hunt. Steve was an avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed crappie fishing, hunting and finding Indian artifacts and morel mushrooms. Steve always knew how to have a good time and could always crack a joke to cheer anyone up.
Steve is survived by his wife, Lisa – Osceola; son, Brad Cameron (Marshall Danielle) – El Dorado Springs; daughter, Audrey Duty (Josh) – Deepwater; brother, Bryan Cameron – Archie; and three grandchildren, Jasmine, Peyton and Madyson. Along with several nieces and nephews, as well as brothers- in-law, sisters- in-law and so many family members and friends. He was truly one of kind.
Services for Steve Cameron were held on Sunday, Oct. 3, at Bland-Hackleman Funeral Home.
Online condolences may be left at www.blandhackleman.com.