OBITUARIO

Carlos Vidal Campos

25 septiembre , 19605 junio , 2021

Carlos Vidal Campos passed away on June 5, 2021 with his family by his side.

A native Phoenician, he was born on September 25, 1960, the only son born to Vidal and Gloria Campos. Carlos married Ramona Menchaca on April 29, 1978. They had four daughters together.

He was a plumber by trade and was a talented musician. Carlos loved Sedona and camping with Mona and their girls.

He is survived by his parents Vidal and Gloria, wife Ramona, four daughters Yvonne Campos, Bridget (Rick) Chavez, Pearl Campos & Vanessa Campos and seven grandchildren Nina, Joel, Isabel, Mia, Avianna, Sienna & Aleena.

Carlos was preceded in death by his two sisters Olivia & Esther.

Family and friends are invited to a viewing on Friday, June 11, 2021 from 12-1PM at West Resthaven Funeral Home, 6450 W. Northern Avenue, Glendale. Funeral services will begin at 1PM. Burial will follow in Resthaven Park Cemetery.

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Rick Menchaca

11 junio , 2021

From when I first met Carlos, till the day he of his passing he was always a good friend and teacher, he taught me everything to know about plumbing, he never said or done anything that was bad, they took me places, when I was alone , they kept me happy. I will miss him very much, it won’t be the same I know, I know we will be together in time.

Isabel Gonzalez

10 junio , 2021

Isabel Gonzalez

10 junio , 2021

I get my shine from you grandpa! Miss you forever. - love, your star

Ramona Campos

9 junio , 2021

He took a piece of my heart with him.

Sienna Chavez

9 junio , 2021

I remember being in the backyard with my grandpa in his little man cave area. I was telling him how I wanted to be a singer, I remember him telling me how if you are meant to be a singer, singing should be your first and last thought when you wake up in the morning to going to bed at night. I don’t exactly remember a lot about this moment because of how long ago it was but these specific words stuck with me through the years. I love you grandpa, this isn’t a goodbye but “see you later”. <3

Aleena Chavez

9 junio , 2021

I love you Grandpa, you were so funny and goofy❤️You will always be in my heart and I treasure every single memory we had with trips,conversations, or birthdays or anything.You were a such great Grandpa to me and my siblings and cousins.Your smile was so gorgeous and it made me happy whenever you smiled:)🤍 and it was so heavenly.You were so strong and brave your whole life😌🤗. I love when we saw each other for fishing and you taught me and everyone.I love you Grandpa and I miss you so much❤️:)

Maxine Blanton

8 junio , 2021

I remember going to Flagstaff with Carlos, Mona and my fiancé Rick. We went site seeing, out to eat and fishing. Was so much fun. And my most favorite memory was a couple of years ago when Rick and I went to Carlos and Mona’s house on New Years Eve . Carlos made fun of me and laughed cause I was slow at getting the hang of playing poker . Then I started winning. Great family hugs shared and wonderful food that Mona made, to bring in the New Year. Love you Carlos, always in our hearts, along with your beautiful family. I’m blessed to be part of it . Love ❤️ and hugs to you Carlos, in Heaven, love Maxine

Mary and Bailey T

8 junio , 2021

We miss you and your laughter! You will always be in our hearts

Mia N

8 junio , 2021

I love you grandpa

Nina Morales

8 junio , 2021

I think about you everyday. I miss you and love you grandpa. Thank you for everything.

Biografía

Carlos Vidal Campos passed away on June 5, 2021 with his family by his side.

A native Phoenician, he was born on September 25, 1960, the only son born to Vidal and Gloria Campos.
Carlos married Ramona Menchaca on April 29, 1978. They had four daughters together.

He was a plumber by trade and was a talented musician. Carlos loved Sedona and camping with Mona and their girls.

He is survived by his parents Vidal and Gloria, wife Ramona, four daughters Yvonne Campos, Bridget (Rick) Chavez, Pearl Campos & Vanessa Campos and seven grandchildren Nina, Joel, Isabel, Mia, Avianna, Sienna & Aleena.

Carlos was preceded in death by his two sisters Olivia & Esther.

Family and friends are invited to a viewing on Friday, June 11, 2021 from 12-1PM at West Resthaven Funeral Home, 6450 W. Northern Avenue, Glendale. Funeral services will begin at 1PM. Burial will follow in Resthaven Park Cemetery.