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West Resthaven Funeral Home & Resthaven Park Cemetery

6450 West Northern Ave, Glendale, AZ

OBITUARY

Charles Hampton Campbell, Sr.

November 14, 1932February 12, 2020

Charles Hampton Campbell, Sr., passed away on February 12, 2020.

He was born on November 14, 1932 in Brawley, California to the late David and Eddie B. Campbell.

Charles worked for many years as a procurement specialist for the United States Postal Service.

He was preceded in death by his wife Juanita on December 9, 2013.

Charles is survived by two daughters Linda White & Rosalind Campbell, stepdaughter Anita Goodloe, daughter-in-law Melanie Campbell, ten grandchildren Travia Shields, Anthony Campbell, Tenille Sheridan, Ryan Fonteneaux, Valerie Fonteneaux, Ayo Adeogun, Reginald Adeogun, Yemmi Adeogun, Nicole Campbell & Justin Campbell, four step-grandchildren Juanice Goodloe, Clifford Goodloe, Jr, Joshua Goodloe & Candace Goodloe Bennett and a host of great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.

In addition to his wife he was preceded in death by two sons Ronald Campbell & Charles Campbell, Jr., a sister Dolores White and a brother David Campbell.

Family and friends are invited to a viewing on Friday, February 28, 2020 from 9-10AM at West Resthaven Funeral Home, 6450 W. Northern Avenue, Glendale. Home going service will begin at 10AM; burial will follow in Resthaven Park Cemetery. Immediately following burial food will be served in the West Resthaven Funeral Home banquet room.

The family would like to thank everyone for their kind words, condolences and all your help.

Services

  • Viewing Friday, February 28, 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 28, 2020

Memories

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William Truett

February 26, 2020

Chuck became my friend a little over 20 years ago, and we could talk about just about anything. He and Juanita helped with folding and delivering our neighborhood newsletters occasionally.

I enjoyed going by just to say hi whenever I had the chance, as they were both such pleasant people.

After Juanita's passing, Chuck and I got to be much better friends as I made it a point to go by or call several times a week, to see how he was doing. When I did not, he'd call me and check on me.

Chuck liked to ride bikes with my wife Cheryl and I, and we explored several parks as a team.

Chuck and I often went grocery shopping together. A joke was inspired by our shopping when one or both of us got fried chicken at Safeway. I told him one of us would have to get in the back of my truck with it or we'd have to stop and have a picnic. It smelled so good!!!

My older son and my daughter had the opportunity to meet my friend, as also did my mother, brothers and one sister-but my younger son was not so lucky.
I miss Chuck.