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Camacho IanCAMACHO, Ian Camacho   -  December 10, 1961 – July 22, 2021 

Suddenly at home on Thursday, July 22nd, 2021, after a long battle with lung caner, in his 60th year.

Ian will be missed by his wife of 17+ years, Kristine Skirten.

Predeceased by his father Stanley Camacho of Oshawa.

Sadly missed by his mother Caroline (Reid) Camacho of Campbellford, brother Brian (Nancy) Camacho of Whitby, his sisters Anne Camacho of Campbellford and Lynn Camacho of British Columbia.

Loving father of James Camacho and Jeffery Camacho both of Oshawa, Erin Coursey of Port Colborne, and his only grandson Bellamy.

Ian made a big impression on the people in his life.

He did everything to the best of his abilities, but seemed there was nothing he didn’t know how to do.

He played a big part in the gaming community and started “TKS Gaming” and was known to many as “TKS Pops”.

He made it fair for the player, encouraged them to be their best and chaperoned them around North America to tournaments to follow their passion in gaming.

Ian has played music for most of his life, starting with piano, but his love was the guitar.

Fractured Shades played in some big venues in Toronto, then he moved onto being a studio musician as he had as special talent for writing music with his partner in “The Billians”.

Ian had a long career at Canada Post doing various positions during his time there for 30+ years.

A special thank you to the doctors and staff at Lakeridge Heath Cancer Center, you are all special people.

Shout out to his selfless sister Anne.

She was so much help throughout his battle and was always by his side when he needed her until the very end.

Ian had a love for animals and in lieu of flowers, please donate to a animal CHARITY of your choice in his name.

A celebration of life will take place at a later date.

Arrangements entrusted to OSHAWA FUNERAL HOME .