New Zealand MP’s Son Dies Suddenly at 22 Years Old

by J Pelkey
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Another young, healthy athlete has died suddenly.

Brody Cameron, an emerging star in New Zealand rugby and the son of ACT Member of Parliament Mark Cameron, died suddenly at only 22 years old.

His father announced the young athlete’s sudden death on Wednesday, five days after it occurred.

Mark Cameron expressed his profound grief on social media, writing, “Good speed my Son, my boy. I love you always, Dad. RIP.”

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The cause of Brody Cameron’s sudden death has not yet been revealed.

However, Brody Cameron was considered to be in peak physical fitness and assumed to be healthy.

Brody was a celebrated forward for the Vikings Rugby Football Club in Northland and had distinguished himself as a prominent figure in New Zealand’s rugby scene, according to the New Zealand Herald.

In an emotional speech during his son’s service at the Dargaville Rugby Club, Mark Cameron, fighting back tears, said, “Brody Cameron, you are all of my successes and none of my failures… As a father and as a human being, I love you.”

“When patience fell to anger and frustration for some of us, you found temperance, pause and thought. When apathy beset the many, you found sympathy, empathy and kindness that only a few of us could actually ever parallel. When some looked for shortcomings and weakness and errors of the vulnerable, my boy you found decency, dignity and their blessings.”

“Son these are the lessons you gave this world; you gave all of us. The many qualities that I do not have, some here do not have, you brought to all of us.

“From a father to a son, I say to you tackle the bastards, run straight, leave your shoes and your hat at the door and remember to smile when you’re greeted, for we will say hi, you will say hi and we are together.”

“I love you, my boy,” Cameron concluded.

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