OBITUARY

Campbell Scott Johnson

February 25, 1992August 24, 2020
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Campbell Scott Johnson had an infectious spirit of life, love and laughter. Born in 1992, in Flint, Michigan to Donald and Julia Johnson. He has left behind His Grandmother Carol Faucett his parents and his 4 siblings; Donald, Alexander, Jacob and Olivia. Campbell was a tennis prodigy who as a Junior Player trained and studied at the Andy Roddick Tennis Academy before playing Division 1 tennis at both the University of Georgia and graduating from the University of California Berkley. He was awarded Pac 12 Newcomer of the year in 2013 and Coached Professionally at The Tiburon Peninsula Club in San Francisco and the Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club. His sister Olivia wrote, “My brother as larger than life, the brightest light in the room, hilarious, infectious, unstoppable, and loved by everyone who ever had the opportunity to know him. Campbell had a tattoo of the number seven in Roman numerals. And next to it he had the word “strong”. There are seven people in my family and together we had an incredibly strong and unbreakable bond. We are not six strong; we are still seven strong, forever. Campbell is a piece of all of us because that’s what Campbell did. He grabbed a hold of people’s hearts and he will stay within us forever.” Our hearts are broken but we are full of gratitude for how Campbell brightened each day with his charismatic personality and love of life. There will be a Celebration of Life service at the Torrey Pines Gliderport on Sunday, August 30 10am. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in Campbell’s memory to Cal Tennis.

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  • Celebration of Life

    Sunday, August 30, 2020

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Sue DeSimone

August 25, 2021

Dear Johnson Family, hardly a day goes by without us thinking of you all and the pain of missing Campbell. What a fine human being all around and so greatly missed by so many people. We love you guys. The DeSimone Family

Kristine Ballard

August 25, 2021

Dearest Johnson family,
My deepest love and support as you commit his remains back to the earth.
Much love to you all.

Christina Laub

August 24, 2021

Dear Julia, Don, DJ, Alex, Jakob and Olivia,
I think of all of you very often and also of Campbell. I am so sorry. I wish you all a lot of strength, confidence and love. My thoughts are with you every day. I send you lots of loving hugs.
God bless you.
In love Christina

Peter Neville

August 24, 2021

Dear Don and Julia,
I am thinking of Campbell today, as well as both of you. I am so sorry for your loss and hope Campbell's infectious smile and outgoing personality is a source of strength for you.
Wishing you all the best and sending you millions of hugs!
Love,
Pnev

Caroline Ashleigh

August 24, 2021

Dear Julia and Don - Please know that I am thinking of both of you at this time. I pray that your treasured memories of Campbell will keep you strong. God's peace to you.

Christina Laub

March 1, 2021

I just found out by accident that Campbell died.
Actually I have searched for all of you on the internet - DJ, Alex, Campbell, Jacob, Olivia.
I don't know if you remember me. I was your AuPair in 1998/1999 as you lived in Bloomfield Hills in Michigan. I never forgot about you. I still remember the time I could spent in your family and Campbell and all of yours had always a special place in my heart.
I'm so sorry about what happened to Campbell and I assure you of my deepest sympathy.
Campbell was such a nice boy. I loved his smile and his friendly nature so much.
Dear Julia and Donald, I will never forget the time I was able to spend with you guys.
Dear Donald, Julia, DJ, Alex, Jacob and Olivia
feel hugs and greetings from the heart. I am so sorry for everything. I send you lots of love and hugs.
I will always remember your wonderful son and brother CAMPBELL.
In love yours Christina

Soph Lundeberg

October 27, 2020

Hi Campbell's family, I am saddened to hear of Campbell's passing. I knew him through RSF tennis and as a friend. He brought joy into my life in the brief time that I knew him. I would always bring extra cliff bars for him at RSF, because he was so dedicated to the kids that he would forget to eat. He was always so grateful for this small kindness that I sometimes wondered if I was actually giving him gold! Another time his character shined was when I was separated from my friends at a concert and I happened to run into him. He stayed with me until I found my friends, even though his friends were trying to leave. Campbell was a wonderful person and I wish I had had more years to get to know him. I can only imagine how difficult this loss must be for those who knew him the longest and loved him the most. I will miss Campbell and I regret not being able to make the memorial service in August.

Marilyn Nosanchuk

September 14, 2020

Dear Julia, Don, DJ, Alex, Jacob and Olivia,
We just heard the news from Frannie last week about your sweet Cam. Although time and miles have separated us for many years our memories with all of you live strong. Our hearts and thoughts are with you. We are beyond sorry that you and your family are going through this.

Thinking of you,
Marilyn & Joel Nosanchuk

Nick McNeil

September 11, 2020

To the Johnson Family,

I can't express my sorrow for your loss. I had the chance to know Campbell as his Academic Advisor after transferring to CAL. He arrived with a quiet, almost hesitant approach as I think he was realizing the academic rigor that lie ahead. But suddenly, without fear, his true personality and confidence arrived as he grew comfortable in his new world. An instant connection was made as we both came from San Diego, loved being in the sun, and used a skateboard as a primary means of transportation around campus. I truly enjoyed watching the transformation and how he instantly became almost a big brother to each new teammate that arrived subsequently, even if he only arrived a few months prior. Campbell had the ability to make you feel at ease, make you laugh, and make sure you felt a sense of inclusion. Watching him grow into the Assistant Coach role only reaffirmed his natural charisma around players, parents, coaches, and administrators. You had to love him, he wouldn't allow otherwise.

To Campbell,

Cruise until the sun is about to set, pick a good spot to toss down the blanket, and kick off your sandals. Time to relax and enjoy what you have rightfully earned. Miss you my friend.

Bonnie McColl

September 8, 2020

Julia and Don(Boo,) we were crushed to learn of your son's sudden death. Our hearts ache for you and I will pray that you feel God's arms around you and some of his peace as you travel through these difficult days. Special thought and love, Bonnie and Jim

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