Cameron Andrez CullenJune 6, 1996 ~ March 31, 2017 (age 20)
On June 6, 1996, Carletta and Earnest were blessed with their second son. Cameron Andrez Cullen, made his appearance on his mother’s birthday.
“Cam” as he was so fondly call, had a contagious personally. People were always attracted to Cam, because he kept you laughing with his jokes and his bright eyes and beautiful smile made you love him even more. The respectable way Cameron carried himself was a testament of how his parents raised him. Because of his kind heart, he was always willing to help anyone in need.
Cameron loved sports, as a young child, his father was his first coach and his mother was his first cheerleader. On Saturday mornings in Adamsville, Cam would run two or three touchdowns per game. He never lost the love of sports, he continued playing football and basketball in middle school, and High School. His small stature allowed him to be fast and light on his feet. Even though he was not as tall as many of his classmates, he always made the basketball team. He was known for his infamous three point shot and how high he could jump. Cameron also excelled academically. He graduated with honors, and in the top ten percentile of Minor High School, class of 2014.
Cam was continuing his education at Alabama A&M University, Normal, Alabama. He was about to complete his Junior year pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering with a 3.0 GPA.
Cameron made his best decision when he accepted Jesus into his life. He worshiped God under the guidance of DR. T. L. Lewis at Bethel Baptist Church and often worshipped with his family at Mount Calvary Baptist Church, F.D. Scott pastor.
Cameron is preceded in death by both his grandfathers: Mr. William Cullen and Mr. Charles Rogers, two uncles: Mr. Calvin Cullen and Mr. Walter Cullen.
Memories of Cameron will always be cherished by his parents, Carletta and Earnest Cullen; one brother Earnest Elliot Cullen, grandmothers: Mrs. Minnie Cullen and Mrs. Georgia Rogers and one niece Little Miss Lauren Elise Cullen. Cameron will also be missed by ten Aunts, eight Uncles, and two great aunts, two great uncles and a host of cousins, extended family and friends.
Services will be held Friday, April 7, at Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in Pratt City, with visitation on Thursday, April 6 at Crestview Memorial with family receiving friends from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.