Cameron Ryan Snead

                 January 7, 2000 – December 20, 2016

Cameron Ryan Snead, 16, was taken too soon from us on December 20, 2016, from injuries suffered in a car accident.
He was born January 7, 2000 in South Bend to Rachel Ruffner Bortone of Granger and Joshua (Jennie) Snead of South Bend.
Also left to cherish his memory are his maternal grandparents, Dan and Judie Ruffner of Granger; paternal grandparents, Christopher (Michelle) Blazi of Niles and Pamela S. Blazi of South Bend; two brothers, Daivyn and Christopher Davis; two sisters, Kaylynn Davis and Kinley Bortone; uncles and aunts, Matthew (Angela) Ruffner of Granger and Christopher (Becca) Ruffner of Aberdeen, MD; Jessica (Casey) Couch of Niles and Kristen Blazi of South Bend and many cousins and friends.
Cameron had a huge heart and a big contagious laugh that would make the saddest person smile. He loved all sports, but wiffle ball was his absolute favorite. He started the Wiffle Ball neighborhood team, the Granger Panthers, and helped see it grow from 3 to 20 players. He was also a member of the Harris Little League Baseball team. He enjoyed longboarding, basketball and had played Rocket football. He also attended South Bend Church of the Nazarene. He was a junior at Penn High School and his passing not only leaves a deep void in the hearts of all his family members, but also in the hearts of many students. He will be dearly missed.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, December 27th from 4-8PM at the McGann Hay, Granger Chapel, 13260 SR23, enter off Cherry Rd. Funeral services, to celebrate his life, will be Wednesday at 11:00AM, with visitation one hour prior, at the South Bend First Church of the Nazarene located at 51690 Ironwood Rd. South Bend, with Pastor Andy Lauer officiating.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Harris Township Junior Baseball Softball Association -(1st Source Bank- Harris Baseball- Cameron Snead)
To send condolences to the family, or for directions, please visit www.McGannHay.com.

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