Pensacola, FL – The passing of Cameraman Ron, also known as CMR, has brought a wave of sadness among those who knew and cherished him. He was rushed to the hospital on Thursday, October 26, where he was diagnosed with severe Gallstone Pancreatitis that affected his kidneys, marking the start of a challenging journey for him.
Arms Family Homestead posted on Facebook,
“As many of you may already know, yesterday we lost our dear friend Cameraman Ron. DeJay and I have been working on a Team CMR T-Shirt to help support Sara and the family. I never expected it to turn out this way but here we are. They need our love and support even more now. Please click the link below to purchase a t-shirt or make a donation. ALL proceeds will go directly to his wife Sara.All sales are sold as a presale which will end on 12-7-23.”
Ron, also known as CMR, was a beloved figure in the community, married to Sara Middleton, and known for his passion for capturing moments behind the camera. Coastal Country expressed their sentiments, acknowledging Ron’s decision to embark on a new journey—an adventure with Jesus, though one he would take alone. They highlighted Ron’s infectious spirit and the love he held for his CamFam, reminiscing about his antics and the joy he brought to those around him.
In light of the challenging times faced by Ron and Sara, Christina Griffith initiated a fundraiser via GoFundMe to support them during this difficult period. Describing Ron and Sara as exceptionally kind individuals, the fundraiser aims to provide them with a financial safety net, enabling them to focus wholeheartedly on Ron’s health and recovery without added financial stress.
The family of Cameraman Ron will share details about his obituary and funeral arrangements soon, offering an opportunity for friends, loved ones, and the community to come together and honor the life of a cherished individual whose vibrant spirit will be remembered fondly.