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McGilley & Sheil Funeral Home & Cremation Services

11924 East 47th Street, Kansas City, MO

OBITUARY

Dominick Charles Campos

3 May, 196126 April, 2020
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Dominick Charles Campos, 57, of Northeast Kansas City, MO passed away April 26, 2020 at home, surrounded by his family. He was born May 3, 1961 in Kansas City, MO to Joseph and Agnes Campos. He spent most of his life growing up in the Northeast side of Kansas City. He would eventually become a self employed floor installer for over 30 years. Dominick married Stacy Burnett in 1998; she survives him. He also became a member of Sheffield Family Life Center in 1998 and was still at member at the time of his passing. Dominick's love included the 3 F's - football, fishing and family.

He is preceded in death by his parents and five siblings. Survivors include his wife Stacy Campos; children Willie-Lee Campos, Emmanuel Campos, Cassandra Mitchell, Cody Mitchell, Joseph Campos, and Dominick Campos; five grandchildren and six siblings.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please keep in mind that while the visitation and service will be public, there is still a restriction on the amount of guests that will be allowed to attend. Face masks will also be required to attend the service in person, along with social distancing guidelines. The visitation will begin at 9:30am, followed by the funeral service at 10am, Friday, May 15, 2020 at Belton Assembly of God, 613 E. North Ave, Belton, MO 64012. The funeral service will be live streamed on the McGilley Sheil Facebook page starting at 10am. Burial will follow in Mt. Washington Cemetery.

  • FAMILY

  • Joseph Campos, Father (deceased)
  • Agnes (Pierce) Campos, Mother (deceased)
  • Stacy (Burnett) Campos, Wife
  • Willie-Lee Campos, Son
  • Emmanuel Campos, Son
  • Cassandra Mitchell, Daughter
  • Cody Mitchell, Son
  • Joseph Campos, Son
  • Dominick Campos, Son
  • Five siblings preceding in death
    Six surviving siblings

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, 15 May , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, 15 May , 2020

Memories

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Stacy Campos

30 May 2020

Flowers from Sheffield Family Life Center.
Our home church💟☮️✝️

Stacy Campos

30 May 2020

Flowers from Elena Hunsaker and family! Thank you❤️

Stacy Campos

30 May 2020

Poem from Emmanuel Campos to his daddy when he was a little guy!💟

Jude Gutierrez

14 May 2020

Rest easy my Cousin.You will always be remembered and loved.I will always remember the good times.R.I.P .Love always.

Theresa Cornejo

13 May 2020

I’m so sorry for your loss. My prayers to you and the family

Cheryl Montgomery

12 May 2020

RIP. Your family really misses you.

Betty Brown

5 May 2020

So sorry to hear of this. Praying for the family. A good friend.

Amber Garcia

1 May 2020

Im always going to miss you Uncle D , i know your in a better place and no longer in pain, and my heart is happy knowing your with our lord and your mom and dad and so many loved ones..
Rest easy Uncle you will live on in our hearts 💕

Michael Campos

1 May 2020

I will never forget all the talks we've had, your guidance when it came to me switching careers, I'll never forget your smile uncle Dominick, you were everything a nephew like me could look up to. I will forever miss you I will always love you. Rest in peace uncle Dominick.

Mickey Allman

1 May 2020

Rip cousin Dominick fly high no more pain

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Biography

Dominick Charles Campos, 57, of Northeast Kansas City, MO passed away April 26, 2020 at home, surrounded by his family. He was born May 3, 1961 in Kansas City, MO to Joseph and Agnes Campos. He spent most of his life growing up in the Northeast side of Kansas City. He would eventually become a self employed floor installer for over 30 years. Dominick married Stacy Burnett in 1998; she survives him. He also became a member of Sheffield Family Life Center in 1998 and was still at member at the time of his passing. Dominick's love included the 3 F's - football, fishing and family.

He is preceded in death by his parents and five siblings. Survivors include his wife Stacy Campos; children Willie-Lee Campos, Emmanuel Campos, Cassandra Mitchell, Cody Mitchell, Joseph Campos, and Dominick Campos; five grandchildren and six siblings.

Poems by Dominick Campos.

*Jesus is the way to get you through this life,
Satan is always there to tell you it’s a lie,
So you have to ask your heart if this is really true,
did Jesus really die and give his life for you.
You will have to face some battles and really go to war,
God gave his only son to show see what’s in store.
Satan will put up a fight with Worldliness and sin, so let Jesus Christ control your life and watch his work begin.
Satan will never go away until your final day, but remember when you gave your life to Jesus Christ that day?.. Satan is defeated & will show his face no more, you’ll be standing in heaven gates, for God has won the war!

*My mind is not my own
it is the devils ground,
my heart belongs to Jesus
that’s where I am found,
sometimes I lose some battles
but God has won the war!..
on the wings of Eagles,
that’s where I will soar!..
sometimes I think my life is over but I know it’s just begun,
when I gave my life to Jesus, father‘s only son!..
so when the devil thinks he beat me.. I want him just to see that my Lord & God in heaven has already set me free!

*Every day when you wake up and your mind is a mess,
Full of anger, desires, trouble and stress..
When you think that you can’t come out of the hole,
just keep asking God and give him control..
There will always be some kind of troubles you’ll see, but God alone can you set us free..
Try to take captive everything in your mind & Jesus alone will help you find,
all of these things you thought would not end, God made a reason to trust him- my friend.
All of these things will soon go away but God of all mercy forever will stay.

*We are all gods children by his name different faces, but all the same.
We are rich and poor, happy and sad, lonely and loved, grateful and mad.
If we let the world consume our soul our god of love will never let go.
So love each other as you love yourselves and never alone to be put on a shelf.
Our creator of love and Savior of many, he will not deny one or not deny any.
Just believe in him forever we’ll be children of God, both you and me!