Charlie Camp Death – Charlie Camp died after he was involved in Missouri accident. The motorcycle accident that resulted in the death of Charles Robert “Charlie” Camp, 39, of Independence, Missouri happened on Wednesday, September 20, 2023. He was pronounced dead at the hospital after he was sent to Center point Medical Center following the crash. He was the son of Robert (Judy) Camp of Higginsville and the late Sandra (Long) Camp and was born on Thursday, August 9, 1984 in Waverly, Missouri.
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Charlie grew up in Higginsville and was a very energetic kid. He was a natural athlete who relished the risks and thrills of full-contact competition. He participated in sports extensively throughout his life after graduating from Lafayette County C-1. He finished third as a sophomore, second as a junior, and first as a senior in the state tournament for wrestling all three years. He was a two-sport athlete in high school, competing in track and football.
He attended Missouri Valley College on the wrestling scholarship. For the Independence Militia of the Midwest Regional Football League, he was a semi-professional football player in his adult years. Charlie was a true outdoorsman who relished any opportunity to go deer hunting with his loved ones.
The Kansas City Chiefs and long rides on his motorcycle were two of his favorite pastimes. Charlie was a jokester and a likable guy in general; he never made an enemy. Most people who knew him would agree that he was the friendliest person they had ever met. He was referred to as “A giant teddy bear” by the general public. His parents, Robbie and Judy Camp of Higginsville, his brother Nicholas of Higginsville, his sisters, Tiffany Camp of Blue Springs, MO, and Rachel (Mike) Aycock of Sedalia, MO, his maternal grandmother, Arlene Long of Higginsville, and many cousins, aunts, and uncles are left to mourn his sudden death.
On Saturday, September 30, 2023, at 1:00 PM, Reverend Andy Mockridge and Reverend Devin Hackler will officiate a memorial service at Salem United Church of Christ, 1500 N. Main St., Higginsville, Missouri 64037. At 2:30 PM, the American Legion at 1001 W. 22nd St. in Higginsville, MO 64037 will host a gathering in honor of Charlie. In honor of Charlie, donations can be made to the charity of your choice.
Charlie Camp obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members
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