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Kameron Womack

In Memory of SGT Kameron Alexander Womack, US Army

September 13, 1989 – July 27, 2014

Active Duty – Ft. Hood

On September 13, 1989 in St. Louis, Missouri, Sgt. Kameron Alexander Womack was born to Lisa Chapman and Eric Womack. Kameron was the second of three children, sister, Sydney D. Taylor-White (Robert) and brother, Khristhoper A. Womack. He is preceded in death by his grandmother, Mary L. Chapman and his uncle, Kelvin Chapman. 

Kameron was baptized at Revelation Missionary Baptist Church where he attended until he enlisted into the U.S. Army in 2008. In 2008, he graduated from Maplewood-Richmond Heights High School. During his high school years, he was very active on the football, wrestling and track teams. He also was a St. Louis Explorer for the city of Overland. 

Upon completion of high school in 2008, Kameron enlisted in the U.S. Army to serve our great nation. He entered active duty in August 2008 as a combat engineer. SGT Kameron served two tours in Afghanistan from January 2010 to January 2011 and from May 2012 to February 2013. While on his second tour in Afghanistan, Kameron was promoted to SGT. His awards and decorations include two Army Commendation Medals, Army Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, two Afghanistan Campaign Medals with campaign star, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon, Army Service Ribbon, two Overseas Service Ribbons, NATO Medal and Combat Action Badge. SGT Kameron was assigned to 8th Brigade Engineer Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, since June 2014.

In Kameron’s spare time he enjoyed riding his motorcycle, playing with his dog, Laila, and playing spades with his family and friends. He was very outgoing and loved to spend time with family and friends and shared a very close and special bond with his best friend and brother, Khristopher. Standing at 6’2”, Kameron had several jokes for his sister, Sydney standing at 4’11”. He was also a great uncle to his two nephews, Robert and Raylen whom he loved and cherished very much. Kameron leaves to cherish to celebrate memories: mother ~ Lisa Chapman; brother ~ Khristopher Womack; sister ~ Sydney Taylor-White (Robert); two nephews ~ Robert and Raylen; six aunts ~ Janice Thomas (Amos), Barbara Chapman, Annette Robinson (Steven), Nickie Chapman and Rosalind Taylor; two uncles ~ Frederick Vickers and Gene Thompson; and a host of cousins, family and friends. He also leaves a special friend, Chevé Bland.


“To provide for his mother and siblings and nephews, he was involved in training dogs, teaching and being promoted and climbing the military ladder. Kameron served several tours in Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, and the Persian Gulf. He was always willing to help others, especially his mom. No one knew that the inner demon had gotten the most of Kameron toward the end of the tours that he had done. Kameron had lots friends worldwide. He was very proud to be an uncle, younger brother and older brother. He wanted to marry his high school, sweetheart. Most of all he was very happy to serve his country.” Shared by his mother, Lisa.

“… It means a lot to see how many of you were touched by Kameron’s existence. No matter the circumstance in which you met him, you were sure to leave with a lasting memory and friend. I know that he constantly tried to keep in contact and maintain all of his friendships despite distance or however long it had been since you last spoke. As a brother and best friend, I can tell you he loved all his family and friends so much and in no way wanted to hurt anyone like this. I’m sorry for your loss just as you are for mine. Getting through this will not be easy for any of us. All we can do is remember all our great times with him. After that, get up and kick each day’s butt with the knowledge that is what Kameron would want. He will always be my brother, best friend, motivation, and reason for living every day. I love and miss you more than anyone dare claim to.” Love, Khris and Sydney.

States he called home: Missouri and Texas

Final Rest: Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis, Missouri

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