Jerome
Campbell, Jerome Joseph a 38 year resident of Manhattan Beach, passed away on Thursday, June 9, 2005 at his home. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Jerome, known as Jerry, was 62 years old. Jerry served in the U.S. Navy, and graduated from UCLA in 1970. He was the owner of Campbell Wire & Cable Company serving the greater Los Angeles area. He is survived by wife, Judy Campbell of Manhattan Beach, CA, sisters Sheila Campbell of Lakewood, OH and Jane Campbell of New York City, brothers, Michael Campbell and wife Betty of Tampa, FL and William Campbell and wife Carol of Cleveland, OH, his mother-in-law, Fay English of Manhattan Beach, CA; his sister and brother-in-law Charlotte and Ned Adams of St. Helena Island, South Carolina and twelve nieces and nephews. Jerry was predeceased by father, Everett G. Campbell, mother Marcella F. Campbell and brother Thomas Campbell. The Mass of Christian Burial will be held at American Martyrs Catholic Church, 624 15th Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-4805/P.O.Box 3639, MB, CA 90266-1639 at 9:30 AM on Friday, June 17, 2005. A Memorial Mass will be held at St. Patrick's Church, Bridge Avenue in Cleveland, OH on July 9, 2005. In lieu of flowers, help Jerry's team win the Relay for Life race by donating to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, c/o Team Jerry Campbell, P.O. Box 143, 1147 Manhattan Avenue, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

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  1. Dear Judy, Jerry was the Very Best! He would always have a joke for me. I would see him downtown Manhattan frequently in the past. I was so very sorry to read about his passing in the Beach Reporter. My prayers and thoughts are with you. Please know he is in a better place, and he will be visiting with my Mom (Moma Ray). I know he will have a joke or two for her. Jerry will be missed by all of us. He was very SPECIAL! I am a better person for knowing him. Take care of yourself and I hope we can get together one of these days. Love, Rae Ann

  2. Judy My wife Beki and I are very sorry to see the news about Jerry.I’m so glad that we had the chance to share that lovely evening having dinner together at Ronda’s last year.Jerry was a charming,fine man.Everyone who knew him will always have the fondest memories. We hope you will find comfort in knowing that so many people care about you. Sincerely Hank and Beki Scheinberg

  3. Dear Judy, We saw the news about Jerry’s passing today in the paper. Both Karyen & Bill & I send our prayers and condolences to you…much love.

  4. Dear Judy Jerry will always remain bigger than life to me! I will always remember his smile, how upbeat he was..and his unwillingness to let things get him down. He was always just so positive and happy…and fun! And the two of you will remain as one of the few success-story couples I have known! To see you together always made me smile and have hope….. I can only imagine how hard this is on you and family. I truly wish there was something/anything I could say or do to ease your pain & sorrow…..I hope the years of happy memories will help you over the roughest of times. And please know that there are a huge number of friends who love and will miss Jerry. All my thoughts & prayers are with you. With much love and sympathy. Susan Nichols

  5. JUDY, I FOUND OUT THIS MORNING THAT JERRY HAD PASSED. IF I HAD KNOWN EARLIER I WOULD HAVE BEEN AT THE SERVICES TO SHOW MY RESPECT AND FRIENDSHIP. JERRY WAS A CLASS “ACT” AND IT WAS A PLEASURE TO HAVE KNOWN HIM. HE WILL BE MISSED, BRIAN P. O’DONNELL

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