OBITUARY

Cameron Blake Fikac

March 16, 1999April 9, 2019

Cameron Blake Fikac, age 20, of Leander, passed away tragically on April 9, 2019 in Round Rock. He was born to Roy Ellis Fikac and Jennifer Renee (Ingram) Fikac on March 16, 1999 in Waco, Texas. Cameron attended Leander schools, and graduated from Leander High School in 2017. He was a very gifted student athlete and played football for the Leander Lions. After his graduation, he attended one year of college as a Bearkat at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville. His second year of college was spent as a Roadrunner at the University of Texas at San Antonio. While in college, he was majoring in Education and Kinesiology, but his favorite subject had always been History. Cameron was a die-hard and passionate Dallas Cowboys Fan. He had a contagious laugh and infectious smile and his energy could lighten up any situation. He loved spending time with his family and friends. He loved movies – especially scary ones – and he worked at Cinemark Theater in Cedar Park. He was very patriotic and was so very proud of his sister and brother-in-law, who are both Marines. He was a supportive and encouraging brother and was looking forward to becoming an uncle this July. He is preceded in death by his great-grandfather, Paul Russell; step-grandmother, Perri Ingram; great-grandparents, Doc and Larue Ingram and Ellis and Viola Latham. Those left behind to cherish Cameron’s memory are his parents, Roy and Jennifer Fikac; sister, Kynadie and husband John Kennedy; brother, Canon Fikac; great-grandmother, Marie Russell; grandparents, Johnny Ingram, Lisa Ingram, and Elizabeth Fikac; aunts and uncles, Lana and Chris Gore, Bart and Angeline Fikac, Leonard and Christina Stewart and Jackson Ray Ingram. He is also survived by numerous cousins, other family members and countless friends who, like his family, will miss him more than words can ever express. Serving as honorary pallbearers will be Chris Gore, Kade Johnson, Josh Stewart, Dayten Croft, T. J. McGinnis, and Joseph Anderson. A memorial service celebrating Cameron’s life will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at The Fellowship Round Rock, 3379 Gattis School Road, Round Rock, 78665.

In honor of Cameron’s love for the Leander Lions and the Dallas Cowboys, guests are encouraged to wear red and blue or blue, white and silver.

  • FAMILY

  • Cameron is preceded in death by his great-grandfather, Paul Russell; step-grandmother, Perri Ingram; great-grandparents, Doc and Larue Ingram and Ellis and Viola Latham.

    Those left behind to cherish Cameron’s memory are his parents, Roy and Jennifer Fikac; sister, Kynadie and husband John Kennedy; brother, Canon Fikac; great-grandmother, Marie Russell; grandparents, Johnny Ingram, Lisa Ingram, and Elizabeth Fikac; aunts and uncles, Lana and Chris Gore, Bart and Angeline Fikac, Leonard and Christina Stewart and Jackson Ray Ingram. He is also survived by numerous cousins, other family members and countless friends who, like his family, will miss him more than words can ever express.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Chris Gore, Honorary
  • Kade Johnson, Honorary
  • Josh Stewart, Honorary
  • Dayten Croft, Honorary
  • T.J. McGinnis, Honorary
  • Joseph Anderson, Honorary

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, April 13, 2019
REMEMBERING

Cameron Blake Fikac

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Dawn Morris

April 14, 2019

Prayers for the family and friends.

Live PD

April 13, 2019

I heard about Cameron’s story through Sheriff Robert Chody. The way he was described, I know that he made an incredible impact on those around him. From the LivePDNation, Cameron’s friends and family are in our prayers. 💞

Isabella Calderon

April 12, 2019

I just wanted to write about how great of a coworker and friend this young man was for so many people at the theatre. I worked mornings and saw him pretty often and he was such a sunshine to see when he said hi. The mornings went by fast when you got to talk to him. We're all in disbelief to this still, but I just want to say I'm very grateful that i knew him for the time I did. We lost someone sincere, and I hope he rests easy now.

Jacob Klich

April 12, 2019

Cameron was an absolute jokester. He was the very first co-worker I ever met when I started working at the movie theater. He always tried to convince me he met Obama at a Panda Express, but when he showed me a picture, he just photoshopped his face on another guy!! He was a super positive and energetic person, one of the nicest people I've ever met. Me, as well as everyone else at the movie theater, are extremely sad to hear he's gone.

Thank you for everything, Cameron. Thank you for being an inspiration to many people, who will always remember you.

Tatiana Ornelas

April 11, 2019

For the short while that we got to know him at our workplace, it definitely was memorable. How fast his relationships bloomed with everyone because of how good and kind spirited he was. He was also the best jokester. The best. He made work not seem like work, but like a hang out with good friends. He always made time seem to go by faster and brought so many smiles in new and exciting ways each and every day. And that’s no exaggeration. He was one of the most beautiful souls I have ever met in my lifetime. It brings me so much sadness to know that such negligence happened to him. We are like a second family at our workplace and this is all hitting everyone I know very hard because he just did not deserve it. Rest easy, Cameron. Your Cine Squad will always be thinking of you.

Lillian Williams

April 11, 2019

I'm sorry to say I never got to meet this fine young man ,who is a distant cousin. I know his grandfather, Roy Neale Ficak Sr . My heart aches for all of you.
Lillian

Linette Dawson

April 11, 2019

Roy Ellis , Jennifer, Kynadie, and Canon -

My heart is broken for you. I cannot fathom the sorrow you are feeling at this time. I have so many fond memories of our years in Austin and your beautiful family. Even though it's been 11 years since I've lived there, I still cherish you all and am so saddened by Cameron's passing. I remember so many days where the kids played together and we grew close. This picture was one of many taken not long before we moved. Although he had grown to be a man, this is how I'll always remember sweet Cameron. Please accept my deepest sympathies and prayers for your family.

Linette, James, Elizabeth, and Cole

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY