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Obituary: Cameron Groezinger Fitzpatrick

Cameron Edward Xavier Groezinger Fitzpatrick, age 19, died unexpectedly on March 8, 2013 as a result of a peanut allergy.

He was the loving son of Robin (Botelho) and Marc Fitzpatrick of Plymouth and Robert Groezinger of Carver. Born in Plymouth, MA on January 5, 1994, Cameron was educated in the Plymouth School system.

He was a 2012 Graduate of Plymouth North High School and was currently enrolled as a freshman at Bryant University in RI. He was in the International Business Program and was in the National Honor Society.

At Plymouth North High School he was a member of DECA and was an avid sports fan. He played hockey, lacrosse, golf and baseball. He was a hard working young man with a radiating smile and outgoing personality. He had a strong faith in God and the love he generated was passed on to the many lives he touched. Besides leaving his parents, Cameron was the loving brother of Ryan M. Fitzpatrick of Plymouth, Kayla M. Groezinger of Plymouth, Rylie S. Fitzpatrick of Plymouth, Christopher Fitzpatrick of Carver, Zachary Groezinger and Harlee Groezinger both of Carver. He was the cherished grandson of Edmund and Naomi Botelho of Plymouth, Lola Groezinger of Carver, Jeanne Fitzpatrick of Plymouth and Tom and Gayle Fitzpatrick of Plymouth.

Friends and family are invited to a memorial at Armstrong Arena at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.

For the full obituary and online guestbook go see Cartmell Funeral Home.

Bianca March 12, 2013 at 07:16 PM
you will be truely missed cam by everybody. I knew you since 4 th grade and we were friends in middle school but lost touch in highschool either way you were a great person and it's horrible to have somebody you knew pass away. rest in peace n may god be with you. prayers go out to his family n loved ones
Roseanne McDougall March 15, 2013 at 05:01 PM
This brings my sorrow and the support of my prayers. I have a similar allergy, had salad containing peanut oil, it had no taste or smell and it did not produce the usual "allergic to peanut" sensations in my mouth. I did not understand when I was overcome by anaphylactic shock. I did regain consciousness and the doctors pulled me the rest of the way through. I am so very sorry at the loss of Cameron.
Ivette Roman Ortiz March 16, 2013 at 12:18 PM
May God have him in his Glory!

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