Cameron Michael Faor, 23, passed away peacefully Saturday November 11, 2017 at his home in Fort Wayne. Cameron worked as a welder with APR Allen Plastics Repair and had a passion for cutting hair. A beloved son and friend, he will be remembered by his beautiful eyes and smile. The way he could light up any room just by walking into it. Wherever he was, he was always making you laugh. He loved shoes, hats, his swag, clean line ups, and music but loved his mother more. In the short time we got to have him, he touched the lives of so many and lived an extraordinary, full life. We will miss him and walk through unbelievable grief, but I think he would be right here saying, “Tighten up, don’t worry about me.” Surviving are his mother Kristoria D. Faor, father Travis J. Ort (Emily J. Everett-Stepmom), grandmothers Conra K. Faor, Pamela S. Wagner, girlfriend Brooke J. Wendel. Honorary parents Katie (Katherine) and Troy Kobryn, honorary brothers Alex (LA) Voirol Jr., Stefen Lee Kobryn, Noah M. Kobryn. Aunt Christina S. Ort, uncles Jason T. Faor, Pete V. Ort, cousins Brandon M. Faor, Stephanie K. Faor (Victor L. Bultemeier), Joshua P. Faor, Sierra C. Hamilton, Deven S. Hamilton, Lillee L. Ort. The Edgewater Boyz and countless other friends.
Service is 1:30 pm Saturday November 18, 2017 at D.O. McComb & Sons Lakeside Park Funeral Home, 1140 Lake Avenue with calling one hour prior. Calling is also Friday November 17, 2017 from 2 – 4 & 6- 8 pm at the funeral home.
Memorials may be made to the New Beginnings: Freedom Hall Recovery Center,Piketon, OH.
To sign the online guest book and view additional information about Cameron, go to MCCOMBANDSONS.COM
A beautiful celebration of remembering. The Day of the Dead reminds us to embrace the wonderful memories of our loved ones who are not with us any more but whom we can connect with in spirit, particularly, during this fun-filled and light-hearted event.
The celebration of Dia de los Muertos asks us to remember that in spirit we are all connected and that no soul is lost in God’s realm. The loss of a loved one pains us, nevertheless, we must remember that our journey does not stop at our departure from the physical world. Our spirit travels on and we can reconnect with and celebrate the freedom of the spirit who is not binded by the limitations of life in the physical any more.
Over the past few days, I have been wondering what to do to ‘overcome death’. Christians believe that “the meaning of Easter is Jesus Christ’s victory over death. His resurrection symbolizes the eternal life that is granted to all who believe in Him. The meaning of Easter also symbolizes the complete verification of all that Jesus preached and taught during His three-year ministry. … His resurrection … gave final and irrefutable proof that He was really the Son of God and that He had conquered death once and for all. … the meaning of Easter, for millions of Christians, is that of honouring and recognizing Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead, and His glorious promises of eternal life for all who believe in Him. ” Source
In a broader sense, overcoming death means letting go of the world in order to reunite with God once and for all. In my understanding, Jesus’ life and teaching is rather a source of guidance than a solution. I cannot consider Jesus’ sacrifice as an act of good deed for humanity, so we would not need to do anything but believe in Him for our own resurrection. I strongly believe that Jesus came to show us an example ‘how to do it’, he did not simply sacrificed himself on the cross so we would not be required to do a thing, ever.