A gentle man of God, a loyal husband, faithful father, and loving grandfather.
Charles “Chuck” Eugene Campbell led an inspirational life marked by unconditional love, giving, and serving others.
Chuck was born in Tucson, Arizona to Glen and Jewel Campbell on August 14, 1954. In the early days of Chuck’s life, he was a finish carpenter and home builder providing for his young family. He was married to Carol Lynn on July 9, 1983 and they worked hard to create a thriving home with a blended family of eight children. Later in Chuck’s career, he graduated with an associate’s degree in drafting and designed residential and commercial buildings.
Chuck was skilled in all aspects of home building and always did a complete and excellent job. Doing what was right and going the extra mile was a part of who he was. His care of detail and professionalism on his jobs gained him a high reputation in the Treasure Valley among Contractors.
Chuck was always available to help out with the needs of his family and friends. He was the lending hand that could be counted on for any project or personal need. Day or night he was available to come along side any of his children who needed him.
What mattered most to Chuck was caring for his family and raising them with the convictions of God’s Word. He was an excellent father and grandfather creating many fond memories; from adventures in the mountains or on the coast to ice cream dates and shopping. Grandpa always knew how to give each child special time and attention. Chuck served in his local church and Gideons International and was passionate about spreading God’s Word and the Gospel of Jesus Christ to those in need. In his life he led several bible studies, home fellowships and a divorce care group.
The legacy of Chuck’s life is now carried on by his wife of 33 years, Carol Lynn Campbell, and their eight children: Nikos, Faith, Danielle, Shelly, Alex, Charlie, Andy, and Evalee. Along with his children and their spouses, Chuck’s wonderful family was abundant with grandchildren ages 2 months to 22 years.
Chuck passed away unexpectedly on September 10, 2016 at St. Luke’s hospital in Boise, ID. He was surrounded by his loved ones. He will be dearly missed by all his family and friends. A funeral service is to be held on Thursday, September 15th at 11 o’clock at the Dry Creek Cemetery to honor Chuck’s life. A viewing will be held on Tuesday, September 13th and Wednesday, September 14th from 4-8 p.m. at Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel.
August 14, 1954 ~ September 10, 2016