Kashton Lee Adams, 15, of Lakeview, passed away on March 13, 2021, at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, California.
Kashton (Kash) was born to Brandon Douglas Adams and Annette Elena Moore (Ingram) on February 8, 2006, in Corvallis, Oregon at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center.
Kash was a beautiful young man with a passion for music and a love for playing the guitar who greatly enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. A freshman at Lakeview High School, Kash was loved by his family and friends for his infectious smile, unique sense of humor, and of course his amazing hair. He enjoyed skateboarding, playing video games like Zelda and many others on his Xbox, movies, legos, reading, puzzles, and drawing among many other things.
Kash is preceded in death by his maternal grandfather Vernon Moore, his paternal grandmother Lisa Wittmann and maternal aunt Annette Marie Moore.
Kash is survived by his mother and stepfather Annette and Ray Ingram of Klamath Falls, OR., stepsister and brother-in-law Tara & Derald Watkins of McKinney, TX, stepsister and brother-in-law Tia & Rhett Brohas of Okinawa, Japan, stepsisters Tana and Taylor Ingram of Klamath Falls, OR and multiple nieces and nephews; father Brandon Adams, stepmother Adora Arias, stepbrother Carmine Mitchell and sister Elysia Adams all of Portland, OR; Maternal grandmother Elena Moore and uncle Troy Moore of Lakeview, OR, and aunts Kimberly Moore and Tammi Makeeff of Pasco, WA.; Paternal grandparents Doug & Christy Adams of Green Valley, AZ., aunt Mallory Adams of Alturas, CA., uncle Chasen Wittman of Paso Robles, CA., aunt Chelsea Wittman of Pittsburgh, PA., uncle and aunt Corey & Mary Potter of Tuscan, AZ., uncle and aunt Grant & MaryKathryn Potter of Seattle, Wa., aunts, and uncles Danielle & Mitchell Brown and Justin & Eden Murphy, all of Klamath Falls, OR. Kash is also survived by many cousins both maternal and paternal both in the United States and the Philippines, as well as his Godmother Heather Rivera & husband Chris of Lakeview, OR, and his Godfather Daniel Lee & wife Aemi of Beaverton, OR.
Kashton has left his imprint in the hearts of so many in our community and every place he's traveled in his life. He will be deeply missed and loved by family and friends.
A celebration of life will be held at the St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Lakeview on June 12, 2021. Official details to follow at a later time.
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