Glenn was born on January 6th, 1966 in Portland, Oregon to Linda (Dressel) Mollett and Glenn J.Campbell Sr.
Glenn attended schools in the West Valley School district where he excelled in academics and where he began his love for playing football from GridKids into high school where he proudly played linebacker as a West Valley Ram and the All American Football League.
He graduated West Valley High School in 1984 and pursued a career as both a journeyman electrician and a journeyman carpenter building many beautiful properties.
His love for all animals was huge and over the years, he loved and cared for many dogs, cats, and even his beloved rooster.
Glenn also had a love for all things with engines and tires. His need for speed included BMX racing, snowmobiles, motorcycles and a love of classic cars that included his fire engine red 1967 Oldsmobile 442. He also loved Nascar and built his own race car to run in the Street Stock Division for years he could be found on any given Friday or Saturday night under the lights at either Renegade Raceway or Yakima Speedway.
Being an avid fisherman he could often be found at a river, a lake or stream. A fishing pole in his hand was where Glenn was happy to spend his time with his friends and his dogs.
It goes without saying that the greatest love of his life was the love he had for his 2 daughters, Christina and Angelina. He was a very proud daddy and they will cherish the memories they each created with him.
Glenns love of God and belief in his word were strong and helped to carry him through all the seasons of his life. It is a comfort to know that he is at peace, and wrapped in the loving arms of his savior.
Glenn is survived by his mother Linda (Dressel) Mollett his father Glenn J. Campbell Sr. His daughters Christina (Jerod) Hill and her mother Carrie King Angelina Campbell and her mother Janelle Campbell His granddaughter Emy Faye Hill His brothers Rusty and Scott Mollett and their families.
Glenn is preceded in death by his dad Wayne Mollett and his brother Randy Mollett His grandparents Margaret and Paul Dressel and Vic and SuReed Campbell “Where the Spirit of the Lord is~ There is Peace”.
A visitation will be held on December 6, 2023 from 4:00-8:00 pm at Langevin El Paraiso Funeral Home with a Funeral Service December 7, 2023 at 1:00 pm at Langevin El Paraiso Funeral Home followed with a burial at Terrace Heights Memorial Park.
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