Cameraman Ron, who was known as a YouTuber and his passion for fishing and traveling, has been battling pancreatitis and, unfortunately, passed away this morning. Ron was best regarded for his selfless nature in the community, and the death news shattered his family, friends, and community members who had been praying for a miracle for his health.
What happened to Cameraman Ron?
On Thursday, 26 October, Ron was admitted to the Baptist hospital, where he was diagnosed with a severe form of pancreatitis caused by gallstones, which resulted in his kidney damage. PCU recognized Ron, but later, due to his unstable condition, he was shifted to the ICU, where he was put on a ventilator while on dialysis. He went through 24-hour dialysis processes. Ron was on a ventilator for many weeks and had been battling for his life, but unfortunately, he passed away this morning, leaving his family devastated.
Who was Cameraman Ron?
Cameraman Ron, also known as Ron Middleton, was a local YouTuber who used to share his passion for fishing, camping, and outdoor travel on his YouTube channel, which inspired many people and got him over 35,000 subscribers.
His YouTube videos were not just about adventure, but his journey has inspired many people to find joy in the simple things of life. He showcased the beauty of nature and explored the site of his videos by casting a line in a serene lake, hiking in the breathtaking landscape, and setting up a camp in a forest, which encouraged people to start their adventure journey.
He was a true example of resilience, compassion, and selflessness, which made him the most beloved in society. Ron’s positive energy and radiant smile always cherished anyone he met. He was known for lending a helping hand to others without any expectations in return. Ron’s generosity and sincerity always made him provide a better change in people’s lives. His empathetic personality made a strong connection to people, which resulted in unity among them.
Celebration of life
The celebration of life for Ron will be scheduled at Shelbyville community church at 520 MT Eden Road in Shelbyville, Kentucky, on 9 December at around 1:00 pm, urging people to gather in honor of Ron.