Cameron Bolton was born on November 16th, 1995 in Fargo, ND to Sarah Fisher and Chris Bolton. He grew up in Horace, ND and resided in Fargo for the last few years of his life. Cameron attended West Fargo High School where he earned his high school diploma and NDSCS in Fargo where he earned an associates degree in business management and marketing.
Cameron worked at a dry wall and taping business through college and had started applying for jobs in which his degree and experience were applicable. He spent many summers working on his family farm, Hubbard Prairie Bean Corporation. He hoped to continue his education someday by attaining a Bachelor’s degree in project management.
Cameron had a spark for life and showed it through his numerous interests and hobbies. He was a passionate motor cross racer. He enjoyed mountain bikes and BMX, RC trucks, hunting, fishing, trap shooting, farming, watching hockey and spending time at the lake. Most importantly he loved spending time with his family and friends.
Family was Cameron’s priority in life. He was the middle of three siblings, his older sister Harmony Bolton (24) and younger brother Preston Bolton (19). He had five step siblings Katherine Fisher (20), Max Fisher (19), Jarrod Fisher (13), Jacob Fisher (13) and Alaina Fisher (11). He was the beloved uncle of Ezra Alm, who is the daughter of Harmony Bolton and Tyler Alm. His parents were, dad, Chris Bolton, mom, Sarah Fisher and step dad, Arlin Fisher. His girlfriend was Mary Gray. He spent time with his grandparents Arlan and Bonnie Kakac and Dennis and Eileen Bolton every chance he could.
Cameron was critically injured in a car accident that took place a few miles south west of Fargo on June 28th 2018. Cameron died of his injuries on July 2nd. He was gracious enough to donate his organs to others in need.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you donate to one of Cameron’s favorite activities, trap shooting. Cameron has always had the desire to make trap shooting available to all, including individuals who cannot financially afford the sport. A collection box will be made available at Prairie heightsor cash or checks can be sent to:
Sheyenne Clay Target
PO Box 153
Horace, ND 58047
Please make all checks out to Sheyenne Clay Target and in the memo section write "In Memory of Cameron Bolton".