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61 South Road
P.O. Box 1094
Enfield, CT 06082
Phone: 860-749-2244
Fax: 860-763-2815
Cameron Kosman

Cameron Kosman

Saturday, January 3rd, 1998 Sunday, April 28th, 2019

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Obituary for Cameron S. Kosman

Cameron Slade Kosman, 21, of Wailuku, HI passed away from the results of a motorcycle accident on April 28, 2019, in Hawaii. Cameron was born January 3, 1998, in Buffalo, NY. Cameron attended local schools in Windsor Locks and was a graduate of Windsor Locks High School, Class of 2016. One of Cameron’s proudest accomplishments was his graduation from the United States Navy Recruit Training Command (RTC) in Great Lakes,Il. Cameron will be remembered as an adorable happy boy with chubby cheeks who loved matchbox cars, dinosaurs, building LEGOS, and playing video games. He loved to be outside in nature whether he was collecting bugs, riding his bike, rock climbing with his Dad or playing or fishing in the ocean. He was a proud big brother and loved taking care of and looking after his siblings. As he got older he would pass on bits of wisdom to them and he would even offer advice and tips on things to look out for. Cameron had a love for photography and had recently took up spear fishing. He always had a strong desire to explore the world. Enlisting in the Navy seemed like an amazing opportunity for him to be able to serve others and travel the world. His time in the Navy offered experiences and friendships that left an everlasting mark on him. When Cameron’s journey brought him to Hawaii he knew he found a paradise that he would call home. He quickly made friends and began building a wonderful adventurous life on the island. He would often video chat us to show us how beautiful everything was. His neverending supply of energy, kindheartedness, and positive nature since childhood served him well in Hawaii. Whether he was working two jobs, scuba diving, cliff jumping, exploring the island on his motorcycle or enjoying the beach with friends he was always up to something fun. He came home this past Christmas to surprise all of us. We are all so thankful to have been able to celebrate with him and to celebrate his 21st birthday. Cameron had many ups and downs during his short time here but he never gave up. He was a fighter and he fought his way all the way to paradise. He was happy and proud of himself. He was living his dream. We will carry him in our heart FOREVER. Cameron is survived by his father, Brian Kosman and his wife, Nadine of Windsor Locks (Nadine’s mother, Brigitte Murzin); Jennifer Welles (who played an integral role in Cameron’s life and upbringing) and her husband Tate of Suffield (Jennifer’s parents, Gary and Eileen); his siblings, Mallory Kosman, Kevin Kosman, Lily Johnson, Olivia Welles, and Noah Welles; his paternal grandparents, Ronald Kosman and his wife, Josephine of Suffield; his birth mother, Morgan Steele of NY and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins (that all played an important role in raising Cameron) and friends. " Don't be afraid of death. Be afraid of non-lived life. You don't have to live forever, you just have to live"- Cameron. Relative and friends are welcome to join the family during visiting hours on Friday, May 17th from 3 pm to 7 pm at the Windsor Locks Funeral Home, 441 Spring St., Windsor Locks. Funeral services and burial will be held privately. For online expressions of sympathy or directions please visit www.windsorlocksfuneralhome.com

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    Friday, May 17th, 2019 | 4:00pm - 7:00pm
    Windsor Locks Funeral Home
    441 Spring St
    Windsor Locks, CT
    Friday, May 17th, 2019
    4:00pm - 7:00pm

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Jennifer (Hamilton) Welles

To the first boy I ever truly loved: I’m not sure I’ll ever accept that you are gone. I don’t know if it will ever seem real. Each time the thought hits me that I won’t see you it feels like I’ve been punched in the stomach, I feel like I can’t breathe. Every time that I wake up I’m reminded you aren’t here and I close my eyes and relive our last conversation...I’m so happy my last words to you were “I love you” because I do. I’ve loved you since I first laid eyes on you. Your big brown eyes were so full of love and wonder. Those chubby cheeks and silly giggle. I loved every moment. You called me your Mama Jenn and eventually your Mommy...when I was pregnant with Mallory you asked me if you grew in my tummy too and that is when I told you that you grew in my heart and someone else’s tummy. You seemed ok with that explanation. I know that there were times I let you down and I wasn’t all that you needed and I’ll always be sorry for that. I’m so happy that when you came to live with us after high school we were able to talk, argue and cry about it all. I’m so thankful for every moment we had together. I always told you that you were a fighter and I told you to never give up. I’ve found so many Mother’s Day cards from you over these past two weeks and one of them said how my advice had stuck to you like glue and that it was kind of annoying that I was right about a lot of stuff😊 that made me smile. I never gave up on you and I’m glad you never gave up on me❤️I have felt your presence around me...Thank you for that. I will treasure all 21 years that I knew and loved you. I’m so proud of all that you accomplished and all that you experienced. You made so many people smile and laugh. You had an amazing big heart and always made everyone feel loved and important. I will miss your stories and your advice, I will miss seeing your face and hearing your voice. You lived more in your short time than some people ever get to. Some people say “He passed away” but I will say “You leveled up.” I will miss you every day until I die and I will carry you in my heart forever.
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Kim Zaczynski

My heart goes out to you. I just celebrated my grandson’s 22nd birthday. I believe they went to high school together, Ethan Zaczynski and Cameron. I’m not sure if they knew one another. The obituary made me so sad when I read they were the same age. God bless you. My deep sympathy. Kim Zaczynski
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Gregory Roberts

Im so sorry for your loss. Cameron spent a lot of time at the house and we had a bunch of fun times as he was growing up. Life was not fair but he certainly made the best of it. Praying for all of your comfort in your loss. Greg Roberts
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