Frank A Campbell Jr.

January 1, 1969February 22, 2021

Frank A Campbell was born on January 1, 1969 and passed away on February 22, 2021 and is under the care of Gates Kingsley & Gates Moeller Murphy Funeral Directors.

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Frank A Campbell Jr.

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Filomena Combatti

March 14, 2021

Frank i can no believe you passed away . i being calling you and your phone is disconnected . oh my God . i love Frank like a Brother . since i started Real estate he was always next to me as well he was part of my family . i justed fount out checking o. lane. i will be missing you woth all my heart. we love you very much Brother. nobody notified us . so sorry for your big lost . i can no believe it Brother. such gentle soul and the most beautiful person i had met in all my life. i will miss you dearly Brother . we love you so much Brother . my deports condoliance goes to your beautiful parents that i know them since i started working with Fred Sands in Real estate . my heart is crying very loudly . we love you Brother . rest in oeace 🙏😍
always you will be part of our family Brother ♥️😍
Filomena and Gianfranco DiSanto

Joel Butler

March 9, 2021

I met Frank one time in February 2017. I was in the Valley visiting my friend Greg and after dinner we headed out to meet Frank on Sunset -- Frank had gotten us tickets to see the bands appearing at the Echo nightclub. It was after dark and so the thing of being there in that area of LA, at that time of day was cool. After the bands had played we went a few doors down and had pizza. When I meet someone I often ask them what it is they do for work and otherwise -- I'm just curious and though it may strike some as prying, with Frank he was friendly and open about his work in real estate, places he had traveled to for culture and plans he was making. I'm glad I was able to get to know Frank even for that one night. I can understand, a little, what people sharing here at this site. My condolences to his family and all who knew Frank.

Gregory Strockbine

March 7, 2021

I'm stunned. Fortunate that I had him as a friend.

A super nice guy who enriched my life in many ways. Reading the memorials I see that he was a wonderful friend for many others.

I met Frank in the 1997 desert rave scene. We hit it off right away sharing a common interest in obscure movies and a love of music.

We did so much together. So many wonderful memories. Desert raves, Burning man 3 times, the 3-day Form festival at Arcosanti in the Arizona desert in 2017, local bands, movies, the Grammy Museum and more.

We texted just about every day. I miss him very much.

My heart goes out to his parents.

I'm borrowing this line from Katia's memorial:

"For good reason, he was loved by many, and will never be forgotten."

I love you Frank.

John Petrov

March 1, 2021

Words cannot express the sadness that our family is feeling right now with this news. Our hearts go out to our family friends at this difficult time. We will keep you in our dinner time prayers and ask for grace to all who are missing Frank.


The Petrov Family

Cherise Williams

March 1, 2021

Frank was always the consummate professional and took his work very serious. While his emails to me were far and few in between, I knew when I received an email from him on Monday mornings I either dropped the ball on something or he had an immediate need to assist someone in his office.

When I was at The Times, Frank was one of my first calls to fill available space. A stand up guy all around!! I extend my deepest sympathies to his family and close friends!

Cherise Williams

Allison Jones

March 1, 2021

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Campbell,

I have known Frank for many years as we worked together at Prudential California Realty and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties.

Frank was a true joy and had an amazing smile the lit up the room. He was always willing to help anyone in need and was always willing to go out of his way for his agents and office. His kind spirit will be greatly missed.

Sending you much love and prayer.
Allison Jones
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties

Anita Griswald

March 1, 2021

What an incredibly kind, and smart man. Loyal to his friends and a man of his words. We were to meet in Santa Monica one day to have a bite to eat. I was late and his phone had gone dead, so he couldn't reach me with another place to meet. This man waited for 45 minutes at our original rendezvous point, in the blasted heat, until I arrived. He was standing next to his car to make sure I saw him, snoozing one of his famous snoozes/naps that he swears he never took while sitting, standing, or sometimes driving! hahaha

He had such amazing knowledge about so many things... not just music... at times I thought he was kidding with the information he would share, but he would always be correct and quite factual!

I was lucky to have met him through a mutual acquaintance and it was my pleasure to have known him for the last 5 years. He always made me feel heard, and respected.

He always spoke highly of his parents and visited them often.

I shall miss you Frankie Pooh Bear!

I hope you are happy and have everything your heart desires... wherever you are.

He hated to have his picture taken, so I will not be including a photo out of respect for his wishes.

Elizabeth Shapiro

February 28, 2021

Frank and I used to hang out a lot in the mid to late 90’s. I’ve been to your home and remember the bichon who he adored. We went to concerts and went store browsing together. I’m
so saddened to hear about his passing but he did live life to the fullest from what I can tell. No parent should have to bury their child. May G-d give you strength and hope to get through this and remember the happy things about Frank. Clearly he had a positive impact on so many people. No one can ask more than that. G- d bless you and Frank jr

Katya Duft

February 27, 2021

Frank and I have been friends for about 10 years, sharing love for music and cinema. He was joking that we were go-to persons for each other to see obscure bands’ shows together. What I will always remember about him is his unbelievable kindness, always helping, no questions asked, his incredible energy and curiosity for life, the depth of his knowledge about so many things. The world is so much emptier without him. My deepest and most sincere condolences to the family.

Katia Moore

February 27, 2021

Joy, laughter, kindness and smiles are what he brought to the world and the things I will miss most about him. He had so many interesting stories and could hold conversations for hours. He always found humor and good conscience in situations and people, and that made life brighter. Anyone who seized the opportunity to know him was a fortunate individual. He is forever in my memory, as I imagine is true for the rest of his friends, family and coworkers. For good reason, he was loved by many, and will never be forgotten.