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In Memory

Wayne Campbell

Wayne Campbell

W. Wayne Campbell

April 22, 2008  RICHLAND HILLS: W. Wayne Campbell, 47, died Thursday April 17, 2008 at a North Richland Hills Hospital after a long struggle with emphysema. Wayne was born December 14, 1960, in Odessa, Texas and lived in Odessa until his move to the Fort Worth area in the 1990s.

He was a kind, hard working father and husband who loved fishing with his son. He was a building contractor and woodworking artist known for his hard work and honesty. Wayne was on the lung transplant list and sadly did not receive a lung transplant.

His wishes were to donate any of his organs that would help save someone's life and this was accomplished immediately upon his passing. It is the wish of the family in honor of his memory that many friends and acquaintances will pledge to become organ donors upon their demise. The organization that took care of Wayne is www.lifegift.org.

Survivors: Wayne is survived by his loving wife, Darla and their son, Caelan, stepchildren, Dane and Shannon, step-grandson, Ian, and beloved pet boxers, Lucky, Nicky and Missie Mae of Richland Hills. He is also survived by his father, Wendell Campbell and wife, Capel of Odessa; sister Lisa Davidson, husband, Davy of Burleson, and children, Daniel and Jennifer Davidson; sister, Patty Eicher of Odessa, and children, Jarrod, Jordan and Jake Eicher; and grandmother, Martha Bartley of Odessa.

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09/26/08 09:29 AM #1    

Leslie (Bubba) Harbin

Wayne...He was a friend of mine, I didn't really come to know him till later on, but we were alot alike. It's really good to know Wayne's safely on the other side. He'll be missed. Gone but not forgotten. And truly...resting in peace. BH

10/09/08 03:38 PM #2    

Gary Brubaker

Tears came to my eyes when I heard the news of Wayne's passing. He was a very good friend of mine in school, but I lost contact over the years. We talked during our last reunion and he seemed down on his luck. Ever since I've wondered if he was doing well. I wish I could have seen him more, but that is what happens when you live in different towns. I have some candid photos of him still with Gary Stone, Gary Keethly (sp), John Brown, and myself, out at one of the cliche pits off of Loop 338.
Again, this comes as a shock and I'm at a loss for words now. He was a wonderful friend, and I'll miss him a lot!

Gary Brubaker

02/09/09 02:37 AM #3    

John Brown

R.I.P my friend

04/13/09 12:58 AM #4    

Randy Mitchell

Wayne great guy and missed greatly

07/12/09 05:09 PM #5    

Tamara Murrell (Graham)

I remember Wayne in seventh grade and he always seemed so sweet and innocent. I had a crush on him. I even found a picture that he had given me. I ran into him at the 10th year reunion. He still had that quiet mannerism and even after all those years seemed like a sweet person.
I was really shocked and sad when I heard that he had passed away. He will be missed.

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