James Stanley Campbell

James Campbell
James Campbell

James Stanley Campbell, 66, of Amarillo, died on Monday, January 6, 2020.

Services will be at 1:00 P.M. Friday, January 10, 2020 at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, with James Grizzle officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

James was born on April 26, 1953, in Springfield, Illinois to Howard and Bernetta Campbell.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Bernetta Campbell; brothers, Johnny Campbell, Billy Campbell; and sister, Margaret Bynum.

James is survived by his son, James Grizzle and wife Nellie; grandchildren, Ezehiel, Emeri, Mylee, and Shia Maddox; sisters, Lois Bynum, husband Jerry and family, Carolyn Spencer and family, Marilyn Johnson and family; brother, Tom Campbell, wife Jonita and family; and the children of Johnny Campbell.

7 Replies to “James Stanley Campbell”

  1. I only met Jim once and that was at PD HS as he helped Luz set up her classroom. I thought at the time “What a great friend! Luz is so blessed!” Over the years my friend ,Luz, mentioned Jim’s name many times, usually telling of something he had helped her do or some occasion in which Jim was her companion. I liked Jim because he was such a great friend to Luz. I know she will miss him very much and that makes me sad, but I also know that her life was better because of him and she has many wonderful memories to see her through her grief. God bless you, Jim. And may he comfort your family and friends.

  2. Thank you for spending the holidays with us; God knew we needed that time with you. He patiently waited for you to return home with your loved ones in heaven and gave us some lasting memories with you before he called you home. We all love you Jim. And miss you dearly.

  3. Jim, my best friend, I have been so sad since you died. What makes it bareable is that you are no longer hurting anywhere in your body and mind. You will no longer be cruising with me here on earth but now you will be cruising with Bernie, Margaret and your brothers in the atmosphere and Heaven. Your mom told me more than 20 years ago that God wanted us to meet and she was so right. I can’t lie, I’ll be looking out to feel your presence. I love you Jim.

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