OBITUARY

Doris Campa

September 10, 1945July 20, 2019

Doris McHazlett Campa, 73, passed away peacefully on July 20th, surrounded by her loving family. Born in Eagle Pass and raised in San Antonio, she was the daughter of Charles Harding McHazlett and Severiana Johnston McHazlett. Doris was loved by all who knew her, and she loved connecting with people. She was masterful at bringing people together for food, drinks, and conversation, and was well known for her New Year celebrations and Easter barbeques. The sizable gatherings she hosted for her extended family and friends at her house, her Medina Lake retreat, or downtown touched hundreds of lives through the years. Her enthusiasm for celebrations was infectious, and she treated anyone who came through her door like family. She was also a woman of compassion, always on the lookout for family, neighbors, friends, and work colleagues who needed her support. Doris worked for 25 years for the Texas Department of Health and Human Services and retired from UTSA as a Director of Material Management. In her retirement, she created a small business focused on providing traveling school and non-profit groups with cost-efficient access to area hotels. She was also a proud and active member of the Helotes Chamber of Commerce. Doris loved her family. Her children and grandchildren were very special to her. She will be missed by all who knew her, especially the family members she leaves behind. Her strength, love, generosity, and compassion will forever inspire her husband, children, and grandchildren. She is survived by her devoted husband of 55 years, John Inocencio Campa; her loving children--John Howard Campa, Charles Edward Campa (fiancée Annette Andrade), and Eva Lynne Weber (husband Craig Weber); three precious grandchildren--Jonathan Wesley Campa, Cameron John Weber, and Colton Kenneth Weber; siblings Frances Escobedo, Daniel McHazlett, Charlie McHazlett, Nancy Lehman, Margie Vera, Norma Wilson and Duane McHazlett, and numerous extended family members. A memorial service will be held on August 19, 2019, at 10 a.m. at Sunset Northwest Funeral Home, 6321 Bandera Road.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Monday, August 19, 2019

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Yvette Ybarbo

July 20, 2020

I miss you so much Auntie and think about you every day. Keep smiling down on us! We love you!

John Campa

July 20, 2020

Missing you, Mom...I will carry you with me forever....best Mommy in the whole world

Stephanie Valdez

July 20, 2020

One year later and still as hard as the day we had to say goodbye. My sweet Auntie. I feel you with me everyday. I know you haven’t left us and are watching over everyone you loved. Our Darling Angel... we love and miss you so much. Until we dance again... xoxo

Valerie Madero

July 20, 2020

Remembering Aunt Doris on her Homecoming Anniversary with our Lord 🕊 Love and Blessings to All 🙏🏼

Valerie Madero

August 24, 2019


I have so many fond memories of family celebrations with Aunt Doris, especially Easter. We always celebrated Easter with Aunt Doris, Uncle John and many family members and friends. Aunt Doris always extended a warm welcome to everyone with abundant love and a great sense of humor. She will be greatly missed but I know she is with great company 🙏🏼 My deepest condolences to the Campa family. We extend all our love and prayers.

Stephanie Valdez

August 17, 2019

Our Sweet Auntie,
It has taken me almost a month to be able to read your obituary. I am still not quite ready to say goodbye to you. I have reread our texts and replayed your voicemails so many times these last few weeks and while they bring me to tears, they have begun to encourage me to be strong and love more each day. There are so many things you have taught us. Give often and generously, love each other, seize the opportunity to make someone's day special, work hard, and be strong. Our last conversation you wished for us to live a life of no regrets. You ended every conversation with an I love you and remember how special we were in each others heart. I don't know how you did it every day to be so loving to everyone, even complete strangers. You are truly one of a kind and I am so honored to have had you in my life. Your memory will live on as we share our stories with our children. You loved them all so much. I promise to take them to Dairy Queen like you always took me. There was not a bad day a conversation and dipped cone couldn't fix with Auntie... and as she said... I was never too old for her to take me. I couldn't have asked for a more Beautiful Angel to have loved me here on Earth and be our Guardian Angel in Heaven. I love you, Auntie!

Valerie Hinojosa

August 16, 2019

I have looked at your picture what feels like a thousand times hoping for the words to come that could come close to describe a woman of your caliber but nothing seems to measure up. You were simply remarkable...a lady of grace who always cherished family and I thank god for all the times we spent together. Thank you for all the Easter celebrations, Thanksgiving events, birthday parties, Christmas presents (even when I was old enough to no longer qualify as "just the kids"), hilarious text messages and always being first in line to show support through sickness/tragedy. We miss you terribly and there isn't a day that we don't think of you wishing you were still here. I know you are dancing your heart out and already planning the first family reunion. You always said you had a connection with Avery and this is one of my favorite pictures. I know you will be watching over all of us... Love you always

Beatrice Bara

August 16, 2019

Dear John and family,
My daughters, (Delia, and Lisa) and I wish to express our sincere thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Doris was always kind, thoughtful and considerate each time we saw her. I have wonderful memories of her sense of humor.
Sincerely,
Beatrice Bara

Joanne Weber

August 14, 2019

Dear Campa family,
We are so sad that Doris has gone to God. She was an unusual woman. When Eva married Craig she was immediately on board.

Doris and I always went out to lunch when we came to San Antonio. We talked about our mutual grandkids. I often told her how blessed she was to have them nearby. She would kindly say “Well you would see them often if you weren’t so far away
They are a blessing in my life.

Doris was brave with illness or injury, making it through trials and surgeries many would not have had the stamina to face.
She loved and was proud of her whole family.

Be at peace Doris. The love and welcome that you shared with
so many will continue on in remembrance of you.

Love to all your wonderful family
Who have you such thoughtful and loving care. Long distance hugs from Vermont to all of you.
Thanks for caring so well for our family.

Jeanette McHazlett Caswell

August 9, 2019

My precious cousin Doris, you will forever remind in my soul for the remaining days of my life. Rest in peace my precious cousin and we shall someday meet again.

FROM THE FAMILY

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