In Loving Memory
In Loving Memory of
Sunrise: April 14, 1954 Sunset: March 6, 2017
Edward Campbell was born in San Antonio Texas, on April 14, 1954. He
was the fourth child of the union of Jesse Ray Campbell Sr and
Mildred Dees Campbell.
Ed, as he was known by his close friends and family grew up in a family
atmosphere and was the product of Los Angeles Unified Public School
System. He attended 36th Street Elementary School, Mount Vernon
Middle School and Dorsey High School.
Upon graduation from high school he enrolled at California State
University Los Angeles. During his attendance at Cal State he secured
a part time position as a radio dispatcher with the Automobile Club of
Southern California and later became a full time employee of that
organization. He remained at that job for eighteen years, and left that
position to care for his ailing father. After the death of his Dad, he
returned to the work force, securing a position as a Transit Operations
Supervisor with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Au-
thority. He remained there for sixteen years until his health began to de-
cline. On March 6, 2017, at 9:04am his burden was lifted and he was called
Ed was a fun loving person and lived life to the fullest. He was an avid
football fan with the Raiders being his favorite team. In addition, he was
fond of watching Venus and Serena Williams attain glory in the tennis
world. Ed also had a great love of animals, as well as traveling when time
Ed will surely be missed by family and friends. He was preceded in death
by a sister, Belinda Joyce Campbell and his parents. He leaves to mourn his
memory a sister, Jane Campbell, of Los Angeles California and a brother,
Jesse R. Campbell Jr of Glendale California, as well as a host of cousins and
We love you
Remembering You Always
A friendly smile, a casual touch, so many phone calls, cards, texts,
emails: These are the things that mean so much. To know that you are
with us in our time of sorrow, sharing your prayers, today and tomorrow.
God give us the comfort in the form of good friends. May God's peace be
eternally with you all and may you remember that his love never ends.
A special thank you to the nursing and hospice staff at Cedar-Sinai
Medical Center, who made Our brother's last days comfortable as possible.
The family of Edward Campbell