Cathrine Renee Campbell

November 15, 1966June 25, 2018

Cathrine Renee Campbell, age 51, of Odessa, Texas passed away on Monday June 25, 2018. Cathrine was born November 15, 1966 in Fort Worth, TX to Linda Campbell and Lonnie Campbell.

Cathrine loved gardening, drawing, and the outdoors.

Cathrine is survived by; daughter Alexanderia Aycock Merchen; mother Linda Campbell and father Lonnie Campbell; grandchild Tera Ann Aycock, grandchild Ty Albstaive Russell Merchen and grandchild TroyDiesel Lee Merchen.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Campbell family.


  • Linda Campbell, Mother
  • Lonnie Campbell, Father
  • Alexanderia Aycock Merchen, Daughter
  • Tera Ann Aycock, Grandchild
  • Ty Albstaive Russell Merchen, Grandchild
  • Troy Diesel Lee Merchen, Grandchild


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Cathrine Renee Campbell

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Linda Campbell

July 1, 2018

Cathy was a beautiful, fun loving person and my precious daughter. She lived life and friends and family. She was so generous. She loved art and collectibles. She especially loved flowers. She got a horticulture degree from Midland College. I will and am missing my daughter very much. May she rest in Christ’s arms forever and ever.

Lisa Burris

June 28, 2018

I wish I had the pleasure of meeting the woman who raised such a beautiful fun spirited daughter . Alex , put that hoola hoop on and stay strong bunkie...I love you

Sherry Lohse

June 28, 2018

Cathy Renee Campbell, you were my second mom.. your an awesome lady, mom, friend.. you always had the door open for me wen I needed .. whether it was to eat, sleep, or jus hang out and talk about watever.. U have a big 💓, big smile, and loved and care for so many.. I love you and you will truely missed.. No more pain and no more suffering.. Go spread your wings and fly... As the Angel you are....

Alexanderia Aycock-Merchen

June 28, 2018

She was the best mother anyone could ask for! I had good times and bad but non the less she is my guardian angel and i will forever remember the love and compassion she shared as well as the knowledge she blessed all of us with. Thank you father GOD for giving me the perfect mom. Thank you for taking her home and out of pain and lord please keep her busy until we are together again.