Campbell Scott Johnson

February 25, 1992August 24, 2020
Obituary of Campbell Scott Johnson
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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Sunday, August 30, 2020

Celebration of Life