Tyler S. Campbell

06/07/1994 - 07/13/2014

Tyler S. Campbell, born 06/07/1994 to Monica Barr and Scott Campbell, died the evening of 07/13/2014 as a result of a tragic car accident. Rich and Vicki Campbell (Grandma and Papa) had the privilege of raising Tyler to be a gentle and considerate young man, who had many friends that loved him.
Tyler attended O’Connor Elementary school, and then graduated from Learning Foundation & Performing Arts in 2013.(Mesa, Arizona)

Tyler was a gifted pianist, and can be honored and remembered by listening to “Moonlight Sonata”. He was young at heart, and enjoyed long-boarding, video games, movies and just “hanging out” with his friends. He had dreams of someday moving to California to seek a career and be with his long time friend, Katherine Dugan. He could have been a stand-up comedian, as he made us laugh everyday. His smile was contagious and lit up the room. He had a passion for A-1 Sauce on potato chips, mashed potatoes, etc. Tyler was also an attentive listener, and offered good advice to those who asked.

Tyler leaves behind Rich (Papa) and Vicki (Grandma), Scott (Dad), Meghan (Aunt/sister), Melanie and Darin Dimiceli (Aunt/Uncle), his brothers, sisters and numerous close friends that will miss him every day.

A memorial service was held July 18th at Bunker’s Garden Chapel in Mesa, Arizona. Over 250 people were in attendance, which is an indication of how many lives Tyler touched in his short time here on earth.

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  • To the Campbell family,
    I wanted to send my deepest condolences to you guys. I cant imagine the sadness that you are no doubt still feeling. I lost a friend at about the age Tyler was in a car accident also and it is such a shock and sadness esp. given how young he was. It leaves you broken and in disbelief. The Bible tells us there will be a time when we get to see our loved ones again (Rev.21:3,4) It also tells us God yearns to bring them back (Job 14:13-15) I hope that you can draw much comfort from these scriptures and others until you get to see Tyler again. You can find other comforting scriptures by visiting jw.org

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