Calvin Argyll Campbell Jr.

13 juin 194615 avril 2020

Calvin Argyll Campbell, Jr. died April 15, 2020 at the age of 73. Born in Richmond, VA, he moved to Homewood AL as a child. He attended Shades Cahaba Elementary, Homewood Middle School and Shades Valley High School where he wrestled and played football. He then attended Marion Institute and later served as a deputy with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. Calvin made a career in industrial piping sales, working with US Steel, Moore Handley, American Pipe and Supply, before forming his own business American Piping Components. With his friendly disposition and generous heart, Calvin made many friends along the way. A simple and humble man, he had numerous hobbies and interests including a passion for cooking, canoeing, kayaking and fishing. He is remembered for coaching T-ball and running the concession stands at West Homewood Ball Park. He was a member of Third Presbyterian Church and the Caledonia Scottish Society. Calvin was preceded in death by his father, Calvin Argyll Campbell, Sr. his mother Louise Bishop Campbell and Kathy Smith Campbell. He leaves behind four children: Catherine O’Hare (Peter), Cindy Kelley (Casey), Benjamin Campbell (Caroline) and Jessica Morris. His most proud accomplishments are his ten grandchildren: Amelia, Manus and Isabella O’Hare; Connor Kelly; Emma, Sara, Jonathan and Andrew Campbell; Abby and Hattie Grace Morris. Calvin’s ashes will be interred June 6, 2020 with his parents ashes in the Memory Garden at All Saints Episcopal Church in Homewood with a private family gathering. The ceremony will be available on Facebook live. Calvin had a special love for Alabama's lakes, rivers and streams. Donations can be made in his memory to the Cahaba River Society. https://cahabariversociety.org


Calvin Argyll Campbell Jr.


Rita Hall

5 juin , 2020

I have many fond memories of Calvin. He indeed had a zeal for cooking and the outdoors! Mostly I remember his love for his children and grandchildren. May God hold you all close and you embrace his memories and teachings so you can continue them on. God bless you all...

Jay Benton

14 mai , 2020

Vin and I were friends and fraternity brothers in high school. Haven't seen him since. He was a GREAT guy and a GREAT friend!
Though, I haven't seen him in years, I'll miss him more!

Lee C. Parker

14 mai , 2020

Always a straight up person... Good Mountie...played football...my Sympathies to his Family...

Kathy Spenney

27 avril , 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Vin’s death! In high school, I called him “Bubba” and he called me “Sis.” It was a very special friendship and one I will always cherish! If we both were without dates on Friday night, we hung out together! I enjoyed a “catch-up” lunch with Vin about a year ago, and he was so excited to share pictures of his beautiful children and how much he loved them! He was a very proud Dad! Love you, Vin! Kathy Fink Spenney

Justin Robertson

23 avril , 2020

Calvin was a great customer who always had a joke to share and he will be missed. My condolences to his family.