Cameron N. Cooley, age 18, of North Berwick, died unexpectedly Friday, October 18, 2019 at Wentworth-Douglas Hospital in Dover, NH after a long battle with Epilepsy.
He was born February 18, 2001 in Biddeford, ME, the youngest son of Lester and Rebecca (Wilson) Cooley. Cameron would’ve graduated Noble High School in June.
Cameron loved the Lord and was very active in the Bethel Christian Church Youth Group and Sunday School programs as well as played drums in the band. He was a warm-hearted, caring and giving kid. He had such a big heart that on his days off, he would visit the residents of Varney Crossing Nursing Home where he worked as a dietary aide. His smile lit up the faces of the residents and of others who knew and loved him. He also enjoyed fishing with Andrew, playing drums, and so enjoyed his time with special friends and mentors, Josh Gove and Bob and Lisa Glidden and many others who took him under their wing.
Cameron had a passion for playing video games, especially the Fallout Game series. He loved being with his older brothers and being part of something, whether it be the Bethel Band or parades in town. He loved a good adventure, and walking everywhere in town saying “Hi” to everyone, being the friendliest kid around. He loved going on Beach trips with Ben and Jordan or to the Kittery Outlets. He had a genuine heart that wanted to take care of everybody.
Cameron will be forever loved by his parents, Lester and Becky Cooley; two brothers, Malachi Cooley and fiancé Monica Young; Benjamin Cooley and fiancé Jordan Guptill, all of North Berwick, Paternal grandmother, Irene Norton of S, Berwick; Paternal grandfather Barry and Ann Cooley of York; best friend Andrew Turcotte of Lebanon, ME; Max the cat, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and his extended church family at Bethel.
Visiting Hours will be held Thursday, October 24 from 2- 4pm and 6-8pm at Bethel Christian Church, 129 Lower Main Street, North Berwick, ME where funeral services will be held Friday, October 25 at 10am. Interment in Hillside Cemetery, North Berwick, ME. Friends who wish may contribute in his memory to the Bethel Christian Church MUSIC FUND, P.O. Box 537, North Berwick, ME 03906 or to the Epilepsy Foundation New England,650 Suffolk St #405, Lowell, MA 01854.
Arrangements are entrusted to the Johnson Funeral Home, No. Berwick, where condolences may be expressed at www.JohnsonFuneralHomeME.com
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