April 27, 1993 ~ September 19, 2021

Born in: Bryan, Texas
Resided in: Bryan, Texas

Cameron Ogden, 28, of Bryan, passed away on Sunday, September 19, 2021, in Bryan. Visitation will begin at 2 pm, followed by the Life Tribute Memorial Service at 3 pm, Monday, September 27, 2021, both at First Baptist Church Bryan.

Cameron was born in Bryan to Kyle Ogden and Shana Shirley Ogden, on April 27, 1993. He attended Texas State Technical College in Waco, TX where he graduated in 2020. After graduation, Cameron was employed at Texas A&M where he worked as an instrumentation technician in the power plant.

Cameron was a man full of life. He lived and loved with grace and true driven passion. He loved to travel and never missed an opportunity for a road trip. He had the biggest heart, loved his family dearly and considered all of his friend’s a part of that family. Cameron’s father, Kyle, instilled in him a love for all things sports, music, and Texas A&M from a very early age. If Cameron could throw or catch it, he wanted to be involved. He spent many days running around his childhood neighborhood playing with his buddy’s until sundown. In 2015 Cameron met Heather Snow and they began dating, going back and forth between Brenham and Bryan to spend as much time with each other as possible. In 2018 Cameron married Heather and never looked back from creating a beautiful home and life with her. Each year Cameron looked forward to cheering on his fighting Texas Aggies in any and all sporting events. He took so much pride in being a part of the crew at the power plant and working at Texas A&M. Cameron was looking forward to the day he would be able to share this love with his daughter, Delilah Claire, and take her to her first Aggie football game. Cameron will also be remembered as a gifted guitarist and for being one of the biggest Blackberry Smoke fans. He shared this band with anyone he came into contact with and attended as many concerts as possible each year.

He is preceded in death by his grandfather E.J Ogden, grandmother Linda Shirley, and father Kyle Ogden.

Cameron is survived by the love of his life Heather Ogden, soon to be daughter Delilah Claire, fur babies Rosie and Oso, mother Shana Shirley Ogden, grandmother Hazel Ogden, grandfather Gregory Shirley, mother and father in law Scott and Linda Snow, brother in laws Matt and Nathan Snow, and countless other aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends considered to be family.

Services

Visitation: September 27, 2021 2:00 pm

First Baptist Church - Bryan
3100 Cambridge Dr
Bryan, TX 77802

979-776-1400
http://fbcbryan.org

Celebration of Life Tribute: September 27, 2021 3:00 pm

First Baptist Church - Bryan
3100 Cambridge Dr
Bryan, TX 77802

979-776-1400
http://fbcbryan.org

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  1. Cameron, It’s so hard to believe you are gone. You were such a good friend to Seth and we are just at a loss for words. Thank you for making Seth laugh, for encouraging him to go to school and get his degree, and for always talking to him almost every day on the phone. So many of those conversations gave him laughter when he was really down and missing home. So many times you lifted him up when he was in need. You will be missed so very much. We ask God to bless you and keep you until we can see you again. Much love and prayers for your family.

  2. As some people journey through life leave footprints wherever they go of kindness and Love Courage and Compassion Humor inspiration Joy of Life and. Faith we as his Family and Friends All he Touched we will always see trail Cameron left behind a trail of Hope Fun in Life and LOVE..May Grace God be with Family and Friends..Thankful to have Cameron touch my life

  3. We grieve with Heather, family & friends at the homegoing of Cameron but rejoice because we know where he is. Heard the song Scars in Heaven by Casting Crown and thought of Cameron:
    If I had only known the last time would be the last time
    I would’ve put off all the things I had to do
    I would’ve stayed a little longer, held on a little tighter
    Now what I’d give for one more day with you
    ‘Cause there’s a wound here in my heart where something’s missing
    And they tell me that it’s gonna heal with time
    But I know you’re in a place where all your wounds have been erased
    And knowing yours are healed is healing mine

    The only scars in heaven, they won’t belong to me and you
    There’ll be no such thing as broken, and all the old will be made new
    And the thought that makes me smile now, even as the tears fall down
    Is that the only scars in heaven are on the hands that hold you now

    I know the road you walked was anything but easy
    You picked up your share of scars along the way
    Oh, but now you’re standing in the sun, you’ve fought your fight and your race is run
    The pain is all a million miles away

    The only scars in heaven, they won’t belong to me and you
    There’ll be no such thing as broken, and all the old will be made new
    And the thought that makes me smile now, even as the tears fall down
    Is that the only scars in heaven, yeah, are on the hands that hold you now

    Hallelujah, hallelujah
    Hallelujah, for the hands that hold you now

    There’s not a day goes by that I don’t see you
    You live on in all the better parts of me
    Until I’m standing with you in the sun, I’ll fight this fight and this race I’ll run
    Until I finally see what you can see, oh-oh

    The only scars in heaven, they won’t belong to me and you
    There’ll be no such thing as broken, and all the old will be made new
    And the thought that makes me smile now, even as the tears fall down
    Is that the only scars in heaven are on the hands that hold you now

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