Cameron Boyce Obituaries – Death And Funeral Information

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Cameron Boyce Obituaries – Death And Funeral Information

Cameron Boyce Obituary: The news that the actor Cameron Boyce, who was known for his roles in Disney Channel shows such as Jessie and Descendants as well as the Adam Sandler franchise Grown Ups, passed away at the age of 20 was confirmed by the actor’s family early Sunday morning. A statement said that Boyce “passed away in his sleep due to a seizure which was a result of an ongoing medical condition for which he was being treated.” The seizure was the result of an ongoing medical condition that Boyce was being treated for.

Before breaking out with the role of Luke Ross on the four-season series Jessie, Boyce had appeared in a variety of Disney Channel series beginning when he was 11 years old. Some of these series include Shake it Up and Good Luck Charlie. In addition, he played Carlos De Vil, the villainous son of Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians, throughout the entirety of the Descendants franchise produced by Disney. Cameron had a role in the upcoming HBO series Mrs. Fletcher, which stars Kathryn Hahn, at the time of his passing away. Full Obituary

James B. Cameron Villas, New Jersey: James B. Cameron, age 78, formerly of Holland, Pennsylvania, passed away on February 16, 2021, in Ocala, Florida. James B. Cameron resided in Villas, New Jersey. Jim Cameron is the son of James J. and Claire (Dougherty) Cameron, and he was born in Philadelphia. He spent his childhood in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, which was a source of tremendous pride for him. On January 22, 1972, he wed Patricia (McLaughlin) in the Ballroom at the Ben in Philadelphia. The ceremony took place. Over the course of more than 43 years, until Patricia’s passing in 2015, they shared a joyful life together, one that was chock full of love and laughter. Jim attended Ascension of our Lord Grade School, North Catholic High School, and La Salle University, all of which he is very proud to have graduated. He felt a sense of fulfillment from his time spent serving his country in the Air Force Reserves. He eventually had a prosperous career in data communications sales, which was an excellent choice for him given that he enjoyed engaging in conversation with others. Full Obituary

Douglas Marshall Cameron, Mount Vernon: Our deepest condolences go out to the Cameron family on the loss of Douglas Marshall Cameron, who resided in Mount Vernon and was 79 years old. At the Knox Community Hospital on the morning of Monday, January 17, 2022, he suffered from Covid and passed away. He was the son of Charles Cameron Jr. and Opal (Remy) Cameron, who both predeceased him. He was born in Ashland, Ohio. He received a Professional Engineering License after graduating from Adario Elementary School, Savannah High School, and Case Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. He also attended Adario Elementary School and Savannah High School. He was pleased to have achieved the position of FFA State Farmer. He was active in the Fredericktown United Methodist Church, the Farm Bureau, and the choir, all of which were activities that brought him great joy. Doug possessed a very attractive bass voice. It was his favorite way to travel, even more so than buses and even trains. He possessed a snarky and acerbic sense of humor. Full Obituary