September 14, 1933 – July 2, 2018
DAVID G CAMPOS ALWAYS LOVED NEVER FORGOTTEN ALWAYS MISSED Sunrise 09-14-1933 Sunset 07-02-2018
David gained his wings the evening of July 02, 2018. Proceeded by his wife Linda A Campos. He was born in San Carlos, Coahuila, Mexico. He came to the United States at age 15. David Retired from Olson Plumbing in 1986. He then went on to install filters for air conditioners and a paper route for USA Today. He fully retired at age 80 while working for George Thompson scrapping houses. Through out his life he made the best burritos and chili, he was known as the “Big D the Burrito Man” to many. His passion was to cook and to sing. David was a special man to our family. He was a man of happiness, love, and laughter. He was a hard-working man to provide for his family. He took pride in taking care of his loved ones. David was a wonderful husband, dad, grandfather aka Papo, and brother. He had 5 brothers and 3 sisters, 7 children, 20 grandkids, 13 great grandkids, and 1 great great granddaughter. David loved nothing more then seeing his family spending time together making memories. He touched so many people and will be loved and missed by all. Please join us as we celebrate David’s life at Swan Law Funeral home July 14, 2018 at 11 AM. “Please don’t cry, just because we had to part. As long as you remember me, I’ll live in your heart”
- Memorial Service Saturday, July 14, 2018
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Gerry and Grace Maestas
July 12, 2018
Seems like we are losing more and more family members. Worked with Dave for a while. His care for us was obvious. Have some nice memories. Rest in peace uncle.
Condolences from Grace and myself to the family
July 10, 2018
This man was the most amazing angel walking on this earth. He would give the shirt off his back to help anyone else in need! As much as we got on each others nerves, I loved you with all my heart! I will miss your jokes, stories and the smile you wore everyday. This house has been so quite without you!
Jim and Rose Maestas
July 9, 2018
My uncle Dave,
He is one of the few men in my life that helped make me the person that I am. He was always there for my mom. Yes, he was out spoken at times, but it was for our own good. Uncle Dave will always have a place in my heart. Until we meet again.
July 8, 2018
Dave will be missed by all! I have many to mention but, the one that sticks out the most is the time I had a birthday party at my home for Lydia and Aunt Linda and Dave came over and joined us. As we all were seated at the table Dave, jokingly opened my oven door, it was a mess, and poked fun at me ever since. Needless to say I now have OCD, lol!
July 8, 2018
I remember Dave because he was always trying to fix his own cars. He was always in a good mood and a big smile on his face. Always telling stories and making everybody laugh. He will be missed , and especially his burritos. God bless him and may he rest in peace.