Cameron "Cam" Grom
Cameron Patrick Grom, 28 of Round Lake Beach passed away on Friday, March 27, 2020 at Advocate Condell Hospital in Libertyville, IL.
He was born on February 14, 1992 to Charlie Grom and Adrian (Connor) Grom.
Cameron is survived by his parents, Charlie and Adrian Grom.
His brothers Ottis and Brandon Johnson, his sister Corin Grom and his red head brother from another Kyle Meekma.
His Aunt Minnie Clark and his grandparents Charlie and Joan Grom. His girlfriend Kelsey De Rosier.
He was preceded in death by his Uncle Jason Clark and Great Aunt Bonnie Pawelko.
His mother Adrian – “I was blessed to have loved a true angel on earth and now an angel in heaven! Smile my sweet son… smile as you did every day of your beautiful life!
You may not be with me physically but I have felt you all around me. I will see you again and when I do I will soak in that big bear hug and never let you go again! I love you my sweet boy!”
His father Charlie – “My son is a great, wonderful and amazing man. Who’s heart was bigger than this earth.”
Brandon – “If there is any word to describe my brother Cameron it would be SHINING. He never didn’t shine and his shine was contagious.”
Ottis – “I loved my brother's laugh, it was contagious, no matter the mood I was in you found a way to make me smile, me laugh if it even was just for a second, you brought the best out of me and everyone you met.”
Corin – "I know Cam is resting easy above, laughing at how he finally gets to just chill.
Sleep in peace and forever rock on my dude, you will forever be in our hearts and
And we will carry your kind, cool spirit with us through the journey.
Kyle – “ Cameron is my best friend and nothing will ever change that. I’m gonna miss all the long random pointless drives where all we would do is listen to music and talk shit about the world. The random nights we stayed up all night and just played video games together, and the long walks we would take just 'cause we were bored. The world is gonna be too quiet and boring without you in it. I love you buddy.
Kelsey – “To say that Cameron is a one of a kind would be the understatement of the century. His energy is such a talented combination of raw kindness and eternal goofiness, all wrapped up in that soft, warm heart of his. The people closest to him are the luckiest people alive to have ever known someone so unforgettably lovable, and he would absolutely make fun of me for saying something so cheesy.”
Due to COVID-19, a memorial service will be scheduled and announced when it is safe to do so.
The family would like all to know that when permitted the memorial will be one done in only a Cameron fashion should be and ALL are welcome and encouraged to come with every story, tale, and memory of this beautiful soul that impacted more people in his short 28 years than most will ever hope to in a full lifetime.
Warren Funeral Home is assisting the family.