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Mark Wayne Campbell

September 15, 1954 — September 7, 2022

Mark Wayne Campbell was born September 15, 1954 in Bellaire, Ohio to parents Forrest Campbell and Phyllis Miller. He spent his childhood in Brimfield, Ohio. Mark Joined the Marines in 1972 where he worked as a flight mechanic. He was very proud of his military service and enjoyed sharing stories with other service members. He later moved to Colorado where he met his future wife Cathern Campbell. They married and had three children. Mark loved the outdoors and spent his off time at baseball games, camping, sitting by the lake and fishing.

Mark was called home September 7, 2022 after his tireless battle with throat cancer.

Mark is preceded in death by his daughter Tiffany Ann Campbell, Mother Phyllis Miller, biological father Forest Campbell, Brother Randy Campbell, uncle David Lee miller and several close friends.

He is survived by his son Dustin Campbell, daughter Crystal Tonjes, son-in-law Anthony Tonjes, Dad Clay Stanton, sister Amy lou Price, brothers Mike Campbell, Bill Stanton and Greg Stanton, his grandchildren Kyle Tonjes, Maesen Campbell and Caleb Tonjes, nieces Amy Addison and Angela Bridges and his uncle Wayne Miller.

Mark will be deeply missed.

Services will be held at Seven Stones Chatfield cemetery on September 23rd at 10am
9635 N. rampart Range Rd. Littleton Colorado 80125

Reception to follow at daughter's house 7952 Julsburg Circle, Littleton, Colorado 80125.
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9635 S Rampart Range Rd, Sedalia, CO 80135

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