Doris Campa

September 10, 1945July 20, 2019
Obituary of Doris Campa
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.

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