Cameron Scott Mullis, 13, of Bimble, left this life to meet Jesus on Thursday morning, October 9, 2014 while at the Kentucky Children’s Hospital in Lexington. He was a son of Scott and Susan Warren Mullis born on September 20, 2001 in Corbin.
Cameron’s life may have seemed too short to many, but during his time here, he left an everlasting memory of a sweet, young man with a contagious smile, a beautiful testimony and courage beyond measure to all who had the pleasure of knowing him. He loved hunting, fishing, shooting guns, riding motorcycles, playing sports like basketball, baseball and soccer and spending time with his friends.
He was preceded in death by a nephew, James Scott Walters and his great grandparents, Maurice and Ruth King, Charles and Mossie Mullis, Edward Sr. and Gertrude Bray and Mount Warren.
He leaves behind many family members including his parents, Scott and Susan Mullis of Bimble; two sisters, Hannah Allane Mullis-Walters and husband, Brad, of Corbin and Lindsey Paige Mullis and fiancé, Brad Bargo, of Fortney Branch; a brother, Connor Allan Mullis of Bimble; his grandparents, A. J. and Sue Mullis of Williamsburg, Barbara Warren and David Warren both of Bimble; two aunts, Charlotte Taylor and husband, Dennis, of Barbourville and Pamela Mullis of London; his cousins, Courtney Wahlstedt of Berea and Jaden Taylor of Barbourville; among many other loved ones and dear friends.
His funeral service will be conducted at the First Baptist Church of Barbourville Monday, October 13 at 2 P.M. with Bro. Jack Doan and Bro. James McDonald officiating. He will be laid to rest in the Warren Cemetery at Bimble.
Casket bearers will be Brad Bargo, Bradley Trent, Jamie Cooke, Chris Lyons, Brett Dickins, Alex Wade, Matt Delker and Brandon Hillard. Honorary bearers will be Connor Mullis, Drew Wilson, Cage Grubb, Cody Blake, Terry Mays, Payton Zulager, Kobe Abner, Jaden Taylor, Branson Sosby, Evan Maxie, Dance Blue, Kentucky Children’s Hospital and the Kentucky Children’s Hematology/Oncology Clinic, the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Barbourville Family Health, Kids Cancer Alliance, staff and volunteers of Indian Summer Camp and his teachers, classmates and friends at both G R Hampton Elementary and the Knox County Middle School.
Friends may call at the church Sunday between 4 and 9 P.M. and Monday after 11 A.M. until the funeral hour.
Expressions of sympathy may go to the Kentucky Kids Cancer Alliance, P.O. Box 24337, Louisville, KY 40202 in loving memory of Cameron.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Knox Funeral Home.
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Source: MULLIS, Cameron Scott (2001 – 2014) – Knox Funeral Home