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Condolences:

SHIRLEY PETERS May 7, 2020
Jack, we are never really prepared to lose our loved ones but hold on to the good memories. Hugs and prayers going your way. You are special to me! ??

LOUIS M WEAVER May 7, 2020
Requiescet iIn pace!

WADE KOUTNIK May 7, 2020
Thoughts and prayers with the family and friends of a great man.

MITCH MAY May 7, 2020
Where to start. We were born one month apart and lived next to each other through our early years. J.C. and Linda were truly second parents to me. J.C. had his hands full keeping us straight, he did it strictly but fairly. I always enjoyed our trips to Gainesville to watch the Gators. J.C. will be missed, but we will have the memories of all the good times we shared. My prayers are with you Jack.

SPUD MEADOWS May 7, 2020
Jack, I�m sure sorry to hear of JC�s passing. Lots of great memories from back in the day when Fernandina was a lot smaller. JC was always a source for good, honest advice for us (although we may not have been the best listeners) and was always a great supporter of us during football seasons. He was always very nice to me and my family. Although his passing is part of life and growing older, he is in a better place now and laughing it up with your sweet mother.

MAMAD May 7, 2020
So sorry for your loss ,God bless you and the family Love to all

KAREN LANGSHAW May 7, 2020
So sad to hear this. I know his mom, aunt Jewel, aunt Aline, uncle KC (my dad), uncle Mule and uncle Bull will welcome him <3

WENDI RESTREPO May 7, 2020
Jack, my deepest condolences to you, Mark and your family. Know you are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

T AND DON ANDERSON May 7, 2020
J.C. will always have a special place in my heart as we worked together in real estate for many years,went to Church together and were just close Friends.JC was not only a Christian example but a servant at heart to many.My heartfelt prayers are for all of the family,each of you know you�re loved by Don and me.I have many fond memories of JC and his family as we would laugh,pray and fellowship together.I always called him on his birthday to remind him he was getting older.We will indeed meet again my Friend but right now youre seeing the King of Kings in Heaven, T and Don Anderson.

SCOTT HARRELL May 7, 2020
Rest easy my friend. Prayers to the entire family. You will be missed JC. God bless and Go Gators

JOE CARROLL May 7, 2020
This was a Godly man who lived a wonderful life. He and his wife obviously raised a wonderful family of Believers. I look forward to meeting him someday in Heaven.

KEITH & CAROL RUSSELL May 7, 2020
So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.

THERESA HADDOCK May 7, 2020
Jack, True ..we are never prepared to lose a loved one. Hang on to those precious memories?? Please accept Lynn and my condolences Big hugs to all ??

THERESA HADDOCK May 7, 2020
Jack, True ..we are never prepared to lose a loved one. Hang on to those precious memories?? Please accept Lynn and my condolences Big hugs to all ??

JAMES MERRITT SR. May 7, 2020
May the Lord bless you Jack and your family. I�m glad your dad is in heaven with your mother and I want you to know how much I love you and appreciate you.

COACH STOCKSTILL May 7, 2020
FNB lost a great man who served his community with complete unselfishness..He loved FBHS football and followed his Son Jack and team faithfully..
Rest In Peace JC..

CHRIS BRYAN May 7, 2020
Prayers for your family. I have known J.C. My entire life and he will be missed. We loved to talk about the Gators and about everything happening in Fernandina. I love knowing he will be with mother and aunts. They were special ladies who I was always happy to see. Thinking of your family during this time. Love, Chris

SHARON CRUMRINE May 7, 2020
Jack, my deepest sympathy to you and Mark and the entire
Campbell family. From the time I met JC and Linda they welcomed me as family. I had many great visits
with your dad at the post office through the years. I treasure the memories of time spent with them both.
May God bless you and yours through this difficult time.

WILL AND DONNA GREEN May 7, 2020
Jack, You and family are in our thoughts and prayers! We love you.

GENIE DUGGAN May 7, 2020
My deepest sympathy to the family and all his friends.

TOMMY PETERSON May 7, 2020
Jack Sarah and I are sending our deepest condolences to you and your family. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

TROY PITTS May 7, 2020
With the recent passing of Ms. Bean; J.Cs death means Fernandina has lost 2 great community members back to back. Proud to have known them both my entire life. To Jack, Mark and extended family, my sincere condolences to you all. J.C. was quite a good man.

CHRIS & PIA MCKENDREE May 8, 2020
Jack and Mark our deepest sympathies . Mr J.C. was such a good person and friend of our family. Prayers for the entire Campbell family.

DONNA May 8, 2020
Jackson, I will always have wonderful memories of JC � going to Gator games, celebrating holidays and birthdays with the boys. Sending hugs to you all and praying for wisdom and peace that only our Father can provide!

ANNIE RICHMAN May 8, 2020
Will always remember our childhood times spent at granddaddy Campbell�s farm. Lost contact for many years and then reconnected in 1981 swhen I moved back to Fernandina. It was great spending time together again

PAUL JOHNSON May 8, 2020
Jack and Mark, may God grant you peace during this time. I have many fond childhood memories of your Dad and at church growing up with you. God bless my friend!

CHRIS AND ANDI JOHNSON May 8, 2020
Jack, our condolences to you and your family. Chris and I are praying for the peace of God to cover you during this time of sorrow.

THOMAS AND JULIE PETZ May 8, 2020
Jack, It was my honor to know and work with JC in real estate. His stories were wonderful, and he told me about Old Fernandina. I have missed him greatly. JC was a true southern gentleman.

CARL & BARBARA ANDERSON May 8, 2020
Our sympathy to the family and all his friends. Enjoyed our days in Jaycees together. He was a very good community leader.

JUDY CAMPBELL May 9, 2020
My sympathy for the loss of such a good man, but just think of the rejoicing in heaven. Prayers for the family and friends as they adjust to their loss.

LARRY WILLIAMS May 10, 2020
Jack & Mark, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. J. C. Was one of the first people I met in Fernandina when we moved there in 1966. We lived our first five years on the same block on Highland St close to J. C. & Linda.. J. C. & I were in the Jaycees together and attended many Gator games with he & Linda.
RIP my Masonic Brother.

BO SMITH May 12, 2020
Jack, at this difficult time in your life, I pray that God will grant you the peace that you need to get through this. Stay strong and know that you are remembered in my thoughts and prayers. J.C. will be missed but never forgotten

John Christopher �J.C.� Campbell

2020-05-07

John Christopher �JC� Campbell of Fernandina Beach, Florida, passed away peacefully at his home on Wednesday, May 6, 2020.

JC was born in Jacksonville, Florida, on October 31, 1936. In 1954, he graduated from Fernandina High School, where he gained a deep appreciation for sports and athletics by playing football and running track. Stationed at McCallum Air Force Base in London, United Kingdom, he proudly served his country for 4 years in the United States Air Force. He had a distinguished career for over 35 years at the United States Postal Service, where he ultimately served as Postmaster of Fernandina Beach.

A community leader, JC coached Pop Warner football and coached and umpired for Little League baseball, as well as served as Vice President of Senior League baseball. He also served on the advisory board of the Fernandina Recreation Center. He was a former President of The Fernandina Beach Jaycees and former President of the Fernandina Beach Shrine Club. A committed Mason, JC attained the 32nd degree rank. JC was also a former season ticket holder of the University of Florida�s football team, where he enjoyed spending time with his family and watching the gators win (mostly).

JC was a devout Christian and was a member of both Springhill Baptist and Memorial United Methodist Church. He was preceded in death by his wife, Linda Landress Campbell; his mother, Juanita Haddock Campbell; and his beloved aunts, Jewell Haddock Burford and Aline Haddock Kittrell.

He is survived by his life partner/wife, Robin Lippman; his sons, John Christopher �Jack� Campbell, Jr. (Lisa) of Suwanee, Georgia, and Mark Raymond Campbell of Fernandina Beach; his grandchildren, John C. Campbell III (Sara), Jacob James Campbell, Erin Bateman (Eric), and Cody Palmer, all of whom reside in the Atlanta area. He is also survived by his great grandchildren, Quinn Isabella Campbell, McKenzie Campbell, and Abbey and Bo Bateman He is also survived by brother, James L. �Jimmy� Campbell (Leslie), his �favorite� niece and nephew, Lauren and Jeff Campbell, and his sister-in-law, Myra Landress Jones.

Due to the Covid-19 virus, there will be a �Celebration of Life� announced at a later date.

Per JC�s wishes, in lieu of flowers, we respectfully request donations be made to Lamb Daycare, Memorial United Methodist Church, 601 Center Street, Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034