Cameron Ammon Cloward

1988 ~ 2024

It is with great sadness that Cameron Ammon Cloward died tragically on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, at age 35. Cameron was born on Thursday, September 22, 1988 to Jill Jackson and David Cloward, at the Cottonwood Hospital, in Murray, Utah.

Cameron comes from a long line of talented family members who loved him greatly. Including his brothers, Morgan, Jordan and Adam, all very talented musicians, and also his late uncle Bryce Jackson, also a talented musician.

He is survived by his sister Heather, and his brothers, Adam D. Cloward, Jordan Jackson Cloward, Morgan Jared Cloward, and Jackson Allen Burke and his father Dave Cloward

He is preceded in death by his wonderful mother Jill Jackson and his uncle Bryce Jackson.

Cameron was baptized a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Even though Cameron had never had a single piano lesson, he was an enormously talented pianist. He loved classical music the best. He played classical music on the piano even though he never had any lessons. He could play virtually anything he heard on the piano without needing any musical notation.

His laugh, sense of humor and kind ways will be truly missed by all who knew him. Cameron would usually think about others before himself.

Cameron had an extremely focused interest in science. He swore that he had solved the nuclear fusion problem and is going to make it work and make everybody in the family multi-millionaires. He was taken to the University of Utah physics department so that he could rub shoulders with those who thought science like he did. He loved it.

He loved his family, all the way from Ohio to Tabiona in Duchesne County, and all in Uintah County, and everywhere in between and throughout the world.

A graveside service for Cameron will be held on Wednesday, April 10th, at 1:00 pm, at Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery, 1950 E 10600 S, Sandy, UT 84092. A viewing will take place prior to the graveside services inside of Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary located at the same address from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm on Wednesday.

Cameron Cloward will be greatly missed!


Cameron, i was so lucky to know you & will never forget you or stop thinking of every good thing you deserved in life. Thank you for sharing your thoughts & being yourself. Love from Seattle.

- Emma