OBITUARY

Antonio Renteria Campos

August 4, 1946June 3, 2021
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Antonio Renteria Campos succumbed to his brief battle with cancer on Thursday, June 3, 2021, in Austin, Texas, at the age of 74. Tony was dearly loved by his wife, Beatrice Carmen Trujillo Campos, and their three children, Beatrice Monica Campos, of Austin, Texas, April Dawn Godwin and her husband David Godwin, of Cedar Creek, Texas, and Antonio Renteria Campos II and his girlfriend Jessica Weiss, of Luling, Texas.

Tony is also survived by his grandchildren, Alec Raymond, Marco Antonio, and Savannah Beatrice Salazar, Antonio Parker Campos, and Christopher James Godwin, and countless nieces and nephews from the families Moya, Fuentes, Serrano, Campos, Trujillo, Rios, and Hinojosa.

Tony graduated from Ysleta High School and then received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Pharmacy. He was a registered pharmacist and retired from Las Palmas Hospital (El Paso) to take care of his wife, Beatrice and his daughter, Monica. In his free time, Tony loved hunting and travelled to Russia, Alaska, Canada, and Colorado in his quests to hunt big game. He was an avid gun collector and was proud of his collection. He loved watching all Texas Longhorns sports and prioritized his schedules around game times. He loved to read and loved his dogs.

He will be remembered for his devotion and love to his wife, Beatrice, his unconditional love for his children and family at large. He had an enormous heart and was always there to provide for others in less than fortunate circumstances. Tony never hesitated to open his homes to anyone who needed comfort, solace, a warm meal, or a listening ear. He didn't mince his words nor was he overtly outspoken, but you knew where he stood and you knew what he thought. He was the bedrock and foundation for anyone who ever needed stability and guidance. His generosity was far-reaching and it never ended. He gladly gave to others because God had blessed him and rewarded his hard work.

A visitation for Tony will take place at Cook-Walden/Forest Oaks Funeral Home and Memorial Park, 6300 West William Cannon Drive, Austin, Texas on June 10, 2021, at 5pm. Prayer Service will be held on June 10, 2021, at 6pm at Cook-Walden/Forest Oaks Funeral Home and Memorial Park. Services will be held on June 11, 2021, at 11am at Cook-Walden/Forest Oaks Funeral Home and Memorial Park. Graveside service will be held on June 11, 2021, at 12pm at Cook-Walden/Forest Oaks Funeral Home and Memorial Park.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Tony Campos, II
  • David Godwin
  • Alec Salazar
  • Domingo Sony Fuentes
  • Charlie Fuentes
  • Chris Serrano
  • Duane James Trujillo
  • James Duane Trujillo

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, June 10, 2021

  • Prayer Service

    Thursday, June 10, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, June 11, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, June 11, 2021

Memories

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Michael Rios

June 11, 2021

Tony…. I have fond memories of the summer I stayed in El Paso and the time we spent wrestling with each other. I still remember and I think I even feel the “horse-bites” to this day. :) I will always remember your love and devotion to your family. Rest In Peace!!! Love you! Bobo, April, Monica, and Tony… love and prayers your way!

Michael

Maria Rico

June 8, 2021

Tony, helped me get my first job as a pharmacy technician and for that I am and will always be grateful to him for all his help. I had the great pleasure of working with him at Walmart. Unexpectedly, I worked with him one last time about 4 years ago and it brought me such great memories of the old days. My deepest condolences to Mrs. Campos and Family . Tony was a great man with a heart of gold he will forever be missed.

Tammie Hernandez

June 7, 2021

My deepest condolences to my Aunt/Nina Boo Boo, Monica, April, Tony II. When I think of my Uncle/Nino Tony I remember his voice and his smile. I remember always looking at his animal heads he had hanging in the house here in EP and kinda being scared of them. I pray that the Lord give strength to his family, they find comfort that he is at peace now with our Lord, and that Tony always looks after them.
My love always,
Tammie Trujillo Hernandez

Juan Fuentes

June 6, 2021

Tony, we will miss you and think about the many memories at your mom's home. You welcomed our family with open arms on our many visits to El Paso. Your were an inspiration to us all. On behalf of all your cousins in California, we send our heart felt condolences to the Campos Family. REST IN PEACE.

Delia Trujillo

June 6, 2021

My Compadre you were such a nice man. He was generous, kind hearted , helped so many people and never complained. I will truly miss you. My Sincerest Condolences to my sister in law Bea his children Monica April and Tony II. May Perpetual light shine upon you Compadre. Rest In Peace✝️😢💜

Deborah Cortez

June 6, 2021

April,
May peace, strength & love find you during this most difficult time.
My heartfelt condolences to you. Monica and Beatrice.

Debirah

Raymond Barajas

June 5, 2021

Tony Campos was a good man. He gave me my first opportunity in working in a pharmacy, which I was able to buy my first house and raise my now 19 year old daughter in. He also took me to my first couple of Dallas Cowboys games in which on of them was my mother's first game. My family and I appreciated his kindness and gratitude that he showed. Tony will be missed but not forgotten. Hope to see you in heaven someday. My condolences go out to the Campos family.

Lynda Jimenez

June 5, 2021

So sorry to hear that Tony has passed, my deepest condolences Mrs Campos and his family. He was a great man and a great pharmacist that shared a lot of his knowledge with me. He was a hard worker and I can truly say he was a pharmacist that I looked up to.

Monica Alcantar

June 5, 2021

I had the pleasure of working and learning from Tony as a pharmacy tech at Walmart he was my supervisor. He also was the first one to take me and my late husband to our first Dallas cowboy game. Now you both can be cheering on the cowboys from heaven. My deepest condolences to Ms Bea and and his family. He was a good man and will truly be missed.

Jesus Chuy Lopez

June 5, 2021

I have fond memories of Mr. Campos being my parents neighbor and eventually my supervisor. Very nice and patient. He sure loved his Longhorns.

My condolences to the Campos family.

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