Obituary of Bobby Campbell
Bobby Jo Campbell, 84, passed away at her daughter's home in Mosier, Oregon on June 19, 2018. She was born in El Paso, Texas on February 26, 1934 to Leoma “Betty” and Alton Anthony Juneau.
Throughout her life, Ms. Campbell worked various waitressing jobs and was also a door greeter for Wal-Mart and Piccadilly. She was a member of the River of Life Assembly in Hood River. Bobby Jo was famous for her quotes “Follow God,” and “Get over it.” She loved praying for people, being around her grandkids and working. She also enjoyed taking walks, watching TV and writing poems.
Ms. Campbell was preceded in death by her parents Alton and Betty Juneau, her brother Alton Juneau, her sister Beverly Strother, and children Cheri Darvell, William Darvell and Paul Campbell. She is survived by her daughter Valerie VanAsselberg of Underwood, Washington; son Scott Campbell of Pineville, Louisiana; son and daughter-in-law Darren Campbell and Leisa Marshall of Lake Charles, Louisiana; daughter and son-in-law Melissa and Amasa Bigelow of Mosier; daughter Terri Campbell of Cedar Park, Texas; grandchildren Latriece Thompson of Pineville; Catrina and David O’Neal of Underwood; Cody and Angela VanAsselberg of The Dalles; Shawn and Kayla Barron of Pineville; Sommer Campbell; Shannon Campbell and Nick Fitner of Germany; Sara and Chris Murry; Dylan, Sierra, Dakoda, Grace and Jesse Bigelow of Mosier; and Trent and Rachel Campbell of Las Vegas, Nevada; great grandchildren Marlin and Zach Thompson; Krysta, Colby and Casey O’Neal; Devon, Shawn Jr. and Paris Barron; Seth Carson, Louisa Fitner, and Kimmie Murry, Jason Darvell, Addie Corrigan , Josie Svendsen, Bill Darvell; and sister BJ Johnson.
A celebration of Bobby Jo’s life will be held at River of Life Assembly on July 5 at 3:00.