2006 - 2021

January 24, 2006 ˜ December 14, 2021

With deepest sorrow we announce Grayson Kennedy, 15, passed away unexpectedly, the morning of Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2021.
He is survived by his mother, Hollee; sister, Savannah; and brothers, Kameron, Nathan and Tyler; and the love of his young life, Monica Giudicessi.
Grayson was the sweetest grandson to Susan Morgan Harmon and Paul Harmon.
He was also a loving nephew to Leanne and Bronk Williams, Christopher Scott and Kelsey Penhale, Cole Gibson, Julie Paetow and Robert Woodman. His first cousins are: Kristina Manchego, Nicholas, Devin, and Vanessa Scott, Morgan and Abigail Williams and Rory Penhale.
Grayson was a beloved part of a large family, including his great aunts and uncles; Don and Sue Morgan, Annie and Guy Hughes and Carol Morgan. He was loved and adored by many more aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends.
We know that Grayson is now with his father, Troy Robert Kennedy; his great grandparents, Clarence and Ellen Morgan; and his Auntie Boe Boe (Rebecca Ann Richards); and is loved here on Earth as well as in Heaven.
Grayson was a compassionate, sweet kid who loved to be funny. He had the best smile that could just light up your soul. He loved fishing at the lake and riding his quad at Jones Creek or around the property. Grayson was well known in the community as: a Camas High School sophomore, a lineman on the JV football team, a part of the Young Life Ministry program and a camp counselor at Royal Ridges Retreat. He was a junior black belt in Krav Maga and spent many years playing baseball with Camas Little League and football through CCYF. Gray was learning to do woodworking in the shop on his lathe. His favorite thing at camp was to work with the horses, and he excelled at it.
Grayson had many nicknames. He was often called Grace by his mom, Bubba from his sister and Big Man, Gentle Giant or Beast from friends and family. He was charismatic, outgoing and goofy. He was a friend to all, especially the underdog.
Grayson was loved by many and will be greatly missed. The void that is left from his passing in our family and our community is enormous. Services for Grayson will be held on Sunday, Jan. 9,at 11 a.m. at Camas High School and open to the public. All County Cremation & Burial Services is handling the service, 360-718-7948.
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Grayson was a good friend of mine and a huge inspiration. We both began as counselors at Royal Ridges around the same time, and we often spoke when we crossed paths and he was always a joy to interact with. He was loved by the campers at Royal Ridges as well as all the staff, and always did his best to help out where he could, and loved being around the horses. I send my prayers to the family, camp will never be the same without him
Reid "Flamingo"
January 7, 2022
I am so sorry for your loss. Greyson was such a joy to be around and I will miss seeing his smile, hard work and determination on the field. He would do anything asked on the football field and was turning into a great lineman, but more important was how pure and genuine he was as a person. I will always remember Greyson making it fun to coach and will I never forget him. We lost a great one and it pains me knowing his potential was so high. Please take care and rest easy big guy and know that you left a huge mark on my heart in such a short period of time. Until we meet again. O line Brotherhood. Coach Wok.
Justen Wochnick
January 7, 2022
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