Sufronia Cameron was born on June 29, 1935 in Milledgeville, Georgia to the union of the late Cleveland Myrick Sr. and Johnnie Bell Myrick-Smith. She was the second of five children. Sufronia transitioned from this life on June 26, 2023.
The family relocated to Cincinnati, Ohio in November 1937, where she received her education from Cincinnati Public Schools.
Sufronia accepted the Lord at an early age as her personal savior. In the 1960’s she converted to Catholicism under Father Clement J. Busemeyer.
She was joined in Holy Matrimony to Charles Bernard (CB) Cameron who preceded her in death. They were blessed with three daughters Charlene, Paulette, and Dianna.
Sufronia was employed at Fechheimer Brothers for over thirty years, holding various positions. She retired in May of 1998.
Sufronia’s family was her life. She loved spending time in the kitchen creating delicious meals and always made sure everyone had plenty to eat. She was known for her beautiful silver hair and infectious smile. She never met a stranger and her pleasant personality was contagious. Sufronia enjoyed playing cards (bid whist), going to casinos, playing the Ohio Lottery, shopping and was a dedicated Cincinnati Reds Fan (her favorite saying was the Reds are kicking … and taking names).
She was preceded in death by three brothers Benjamin and Curtis Myrick, David Winston, one sister Annie Moore, beloved niece Vivian Moore and grandson Lamont Williams.
Sufronia leaves to cherish her legacy her brothers Cleveland Myrick Jr., James Edward Winston of Cincinnati and Alford Duncan (Lucille) of Columbus, Oh. Her three daughters Charlene Williams, Paulette Cameron and Dianna Cameron-Thomas (Kevin), one grandson Derrick Cameron, three granddaughters Tiffany Williams-Ross (Daniel), Natalie Busch, Danyele Cameron, seven great grandchildren, seven great great grandchildren, a devoted niece Catherine Myrick and host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.