Pixley Funeral Home

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Brad Adam Campbell

February 19, 1976June 19, 2020

Brad Adam Campbell, of Denver, Colorado, passed away on June 19th, 2020. He was born in Rochester Hills, Michigan on February 19, 1976 to Bruce and Cynthia Campbell. Brad was a graduate of Whitman Academy and earned a degree in Environmental Science from the University Of Utah. Brad applied his degree at a number of companies, working within their environmental science departments. During his free time he loved to go biking, skiing, and skateboarding. Brad was an avid rock climber. He climbed in many exotic locations! He loved the mountains and nature!

He is survived by his parents Bruce E. Campbell (Kathy) and Cynthia Campbell; and his brothers Matthew B. Campbell M.D. (Cathy) and Kirk E. Campbell; and his niece Delaney Campbell.

A private service has been held.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Paige Parel

July 3, 2020

I am Brad’s oldest aunt and was already living in Georgia when he was born. Unfortunately I didn’t know him well. I do remember how cute he was when he asked my son Scott “Why do you have all that fur on your legs?” and how brave he was when he ended up in the wrong airport coming to visit us in Georgia . What I remember most was that he would call his “slinky”grandma and talk with her. The most special thing about Brad was how deeply he loved his mother.
I am so glad that I was able to come to Michigan for the nice ceremony to tell him goodbye.I pray he is at peace.
Love Aunt Paige

Trace Sheerin

July 3, 2020

Brad is one of my first cousins, but because of a massive age gap, our interactions were sadly limited. Yet his attitude and spirit were so incredibly infectious that the few memories I have with him are all cherished and fill me with happiness. There was rarely a dull moment when Brad was around, and he gave me plenty of reasons to go outside and play growing up.

My sincerest condolences, and continued love and support for those who carry on in his wake.

- Trace Sheerin

Mom Campbell

July 1, 2020

In loving memory to my amazingly wonderful loving son❤️

Beverly Sheffer

June 29, 2020

I am so sorry to hear that you lost your beloved son. I just wanted to let you know that I'm thinking of you and sending prayers to you and your family.
Bev Tachick Sheffer

Corey Puklus

June 24, 2020

To: Bruce, Cindy, Matt, Kirk and the entire Campbell family,

I am shocked and saddened to hear about Brad. I am so sorry for your loss and wish I could provide words of comfort during this difficult time. Growing up I always thought of Brad like a little brother and all of you as a second family. I'm sorry that we have lost touch over the years and wish I could connect with all of you again. You are all in my thoughts and prayers...

Corey Puklus

Melisa Rewold

June 24, 2020

Dear Cindy, Bruce, Matt & Kirk,
I am so sorry to hear about Brad. My deepest condolences to each of you, I can't imagine how your hearts are breaking. So many years have gone by, but I hold fond memories of our childhood family trips together, boating and playing at your house. Brad always wanted to keep up with the big boys and I loved trying to help him to do it. I am struck by how emotional I am feeling about Brad's passing. Because I never knew Brad as an adult, to me, he will always be the little boy that I kept an eye on and gave boosts up on the trampoline and anything else he was trying to climb on to.
Sending you prayers and hugs.
Melisa (Rewold)

Sue & Bert Rewold

June 24, 2020

Dear Cindy, Bruce, Matt & Kirk
So sorry to learn of Brad's passing such a shock to all of us.
We have so many fond memories of our children growing up together and the times and vacations we all shared.

Brad & Kirk were here for us in Colorado when our nephew Michael Hamilton passed away and they were both so special and caring.

We just want you to know we are there for you in our hearts and thoughts. Our deepest sympathy is with all of you at this difficult time.
Sincerely Yours, Sue & Bert 970-331-4868

Rob Parel

June 23, 2020

Brad was my first cousin, one of the Campbell boys I spent several summers with in Michigan when I was younger. Those were great times for me , hanging out with Matt, Kirk and Brad...tons of happy memories. Brad returned the favor when he was older and spent a few weeks in Georgia with me ....despite Delta dropping him off in the wrong city.

Sorry to hear he passed. Sorry it's been so long since we have seen each other. My thoughts and prayers are with you Aunt Cindy, Uncle Bruce, Matt and Kirk.

Found this pic in our wedding album that sits on our coffee table, and we wanted to share it.


Rob, Katie, Anna, Ashley and Jack Parel

Gary Campbell

June 23, 2020

I’m Gary, Brad’s uncle ...
I remember so well all the times you and your brothers came over to grandma’s house. We’d play with you guys for hours in the pool and have alot of fun. You were very good natured, a real sweetheart. You were such a handsome guy that I remember saying ‘this guy’s gonna be a real heart throb to the ladies’.

Brad was a Campbell boy all the way.

We had hopes & dreams for him but cold reality often crushes those hopes & dreams.
Good bye to my nephew, Brad. It’s devastating losing you, you won’t be forgotten. R. I. P. Brad

Cathy McGee

June 22, 2020

I am one of Brad's aunts. I think he was a mostly quiet watcher. Sweet, trusting, and kind-hearted with a little trickster in him. Bradley, Adley.
He felt things deeply. When he smiled he smiled from deep inside. His life was hard and he continued to try and overcome his obstacles. My heart breaks for his mom, dad and brothers. My hope is that he is free of pain, at peace in a loving place.