Since Devin Cameron’s younger son was shot and killed by her nephew two years ago, she has realized that she and her surviving children would have benefitted from counseling.
She also realized that she can memorialize her son by improving her own education. He worked hard for his middle school diploma and looked forward to high school and college. Cameron recently obtained a high school diploma and is earning high grades in a college business program, she said.
In the future, she hopes to share what she has learned from this tragedy with others who have lost children through gun violence.
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