Kamron (Kam) Ernest Dvoracek was born on December 17, 1969, at St. Luke’s Hospital in Fargo, ND. He died in St. Paul on February 25, 2016.
He attended school at Hawthorne, Agassiz and graduated from Fargo South High in 1988. Kam was active in many school activities, but music was his passion. He played drums in concert band, jazz band, and won many honors for his musical abilities. As a senior in high school, he drummed for the NDSU Jazz Band before attending the university the following year. He and a group of friends formed a band locally called Model Citizen.
At the age of 21 he moved to Minneapolis/St. Paul where he worked as a screen printer, and for the past 17 years he was employed as an electrical technician for People’s Communication.
Kam had many hobbies which included hunting, fishing, dirt biking, snowmobiling and collecting “stuff”. He loved spending time at Island Lake with his family and special cousins and friends which included the Gustads, Mielkes, Aments, and the Neset family, along with his 4-legged friends, Bubs and Ernie D.
His home at 1873 Case Avenue in St. Paul was a gathering place for many of his friends. In fact, he jokingly called it the home for “wayward” men.
He adored his teachers in the Fargo Public Schools, where Ed Huttlin and John Syverson cultivated his love for music.
Many people will miss him for his generosity, sense of humor, and craziness. He will be especially missed by his parents, Del and Verlene Dvoracek; brother, Kent; and his dog, Ernie D. Many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends from St. Paul/Minneapolis and Fargo will never forget Kam.
A memorial service is set for March 12, 4:00 pm at The Lex, 976 Concordia Avenue in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A second memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 2nd at 2:00 pm with a visitation one hour prior at Boulger Funeral Home located at 123 10th Street South in Fargo.
Kam will always remain in our hearts, and we will smile with a tear in our eye when we think of him.