Cameron M. MoerschOctober 01,2013
Cameron M. MoerschCameron M. Moersch
FORT MYERS, Fla. — Cameron Michael Moersch, 40, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, August 16, 2013.
Cameron was born in Winsted, CT, on September 21, 1972, to Carmellina (Mazzarella) Munzner and William E. Moersch.
He graduated from Rutland High School in Vermont, and went on to become a Master Electrician, residing in Fort Myers, Florida.
He married Brittany Martin Moersch, and was the loving father to three beautiful children, Carmellina “Allie” Moersch, 15, Evan Moersch, 5, and Kelton Moersch, 3, all of whom reside in Fort Myers, Florida.
In his spare time, Cameron was a faithful follower of the Boston Red Sox, Ohio State Buckeyes, and enjoyed spending time with his children and family.
Cameron is predeceased by his mother, Carmellina “Carmey” Munzner; though survived by his father, William E. Moersch and stepmother, Barbara Moersch; stepfather Harold Munzner; sisters, Michele Beaulieu of Falmouth, ME, Lisa Hazard of Brick, NJ, and Kimberly Flory of Granville, NY; as well as two nieces, Michayla Hazard and Emily Beaulieu; and four nephews, Andrew Dunbar, Nick Beaulieu, Christopher Hazard and Avery Flory.
Cameron had an incredibly wonderful spirit, a warm, loving personality, and his memory will forever live on in our hearts.
There will be a Mass at St. Peter’s Church, Rutland, Vermont, on October 19, 2013, at 11 a.m. with a Celebration of Cameron’s life immediately following at the Franklin Conference Center, 1 Scale Avenue, Rutland.
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