Cameron Michael Weatherholtz

Cameron Michael Weatherholtz, 23 of Edinburg died Sunday, March 10, 2013.

A funeral service will be held on Friday, March 15, 2013, 11:00 am at the Dellinger Funeral Home, Woodstock by Rev. James Asbury. Burial will be in the Sibert Family Cemetery, Fort Valley.

Cameron was born at Woodstock, Virginia on December 28, 1989. He is the son of Kevin Eugene Weatherholtz, Mike Chavez and Brandi Huffman Chavez. He was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps.

Cameron is survived along with his parents, a sister Kaitlin Vance and a brother, Brandon Chavez, both of Edinburg; grandparents, Jerry and Delores Kibler of Edinburg, Bonnie and Jim Hammond of Edinburg, Elizabeth and the late Martin Golladay, and Larry Weatherholtz; brother in law, Jesse Vance of the United States Marine Corps; numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins, and his extended family, the United States Marine Corps.

The family will receive friends Thursday evening from 7 to 9 pm at the Dellinger Funeral Home, Woodstock.

Pallbearers will be Patrick Edge, Bobby Wilson, Charles Shipe, Joe Kibler, Mike Stickler, and Ted Barger.

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13 Condolences to Cameron Michael Weatherholtz

  1. Eugene Moore Sr says:

    Cameron, Thanks for your military service. You are an American Hero.. Thanks for your friendship.. Thanks for the laughs… Where you were there was Joy.. Rest In Peace Cam, Rest in Peace…..

  2. Melinda Corral & Jeff Long says:

    Cameron ~ Your loss at such a young age is so hard for a parent to understand but we can only know that God has a plan for you and now you are his angel. Thanks for your service in the military and my prayers are with you and your family during this time. God now has another American Hero.

  3. Samantha Wilcox says:

    Cameron, it’s still hard to grasp the fact that you’re gone. The times we did get to share were priceless. You were such a great friend to me and had such a positive impact on my life. I know you will be deeply missed by many, including myself. God has gained another great angel. My thoughts and prayers go out to Cameron’s family and friends during this difficult time.

  4. Jimmy and Linda Ludwig says:

    Our condolences to Cameron’s family.. As a parent when we lose a child there aren’t any reasons nor answers to help us understand why ..We have to trust God that He will help us through all the sorrow ahead..Find comfort in your memories..God be with you all and you will remain in our prayers..

  5. Natalie Davis says:

    Cameron, You will be missed greatly by us all. Your impact on us all, some small and some close relationships has all had the same outcome. You were loved and cherished by many. Thank you for serving for our country, fighting for freedom, and just being you. Rest easy fellow colonel, class of 2008.

  6. Kara Whitacre Hinkle says:

    So sorry for the loss, my thoughts are with you all. Once a colonel always a colonel. Thanks for serving.

  7. Faith Gilkey says:

    May God give you comfort and peace, Cameron, Thanks for your military service. You are an American Hero.

  8. Gregory & Jodi Rudolph and Noah Hardy says:

    Although we hadn’t yet had the opportunity to meet Cameron, Brandi and Mike both expressed extreme pride and endless love for him. We are so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort and peace knowing he was loved by so many and remember the many joys blessings you were given as his parents and family.

  9. kayla Jenkins says:

    Hard to believe that its only been 5 years
    since we walked the halls together at JW but its even harder to believe that you are no longer here with us. You will be dearly missed !!!

  10. Emmett and Betty Clifton says:

    Are prayers are with you and all the family{ Emmett and Betty Rush Clifton}

  11. Sherry Kirkland says:

    Cameron you were loved by so many people. I remember when you were just a little boy, you were a mean little guy but you grew up. Thank you so much for your service Cameron, You are a true hero & you will be missed by a lot of people. Brandy & family I’m am truly sorry for your loss. I wish there was something I could do for yall. God Bless you Cameron, your in his loving arms now. God Bless your Family……

  12. Michael Lyons says:

    This is the saddest thing possible for anyone to have to endure. No words can ccomfort what you must be feeling. Only time will make your pain lessen. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God bless.

  13. J. C. MILLER says:

    Cameron, you left this world too soon, and the Marine Corps lost a Brother and a friend. I enjoyed the years spent at MCAS, New River in Jacksonville, NC. You were a good Marine, happy-go-lucky clerk, and a sometimes great softball player. Though my years in this world far exceed yours, you were always an inspiration to those who new you and spent time with you as well. We watched each other get those “Dericious” hits in softball as we played with great enthusiasm. You were like a son to me, and words cannot express the sadness I have in my heart right now. You will always be with me …for your friendship touched my heart, and that’s where I will keep your memory alive. Semper Fi Marine!! OOHRAH ATTACK!!