Campbell Joseph Longley

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Obituary

Campbell Joseph Longley passed away Thursday, July 5, 2018. Family and friends will gather to remember his life of 5 years on Saturday, July 7, 2018, at 10 a.m. at Trinity Church Chapel. 

Campbell Joseph was born on February 2, 2013 to William and Cheryl Hammond Longley in Lubbock, Texas. 

Campbell attended Trinity Christian School and was so excited and ready for kindergarten. He had the heart of a lion and loved his school family. Campbell was a bright and loving boy who could fill the room with the light of his smile. He had a passion for the outdoors whether it was fishing, hiking, playing baseball, swimming and just running around and playing. He was creative. You could always find him tinkering around building structures wherever he went. He always had Legos in his hands and in his pockets. He was loving from the time he entered the world. He could spend hours cuddled up under fluffy blankets with mom and loved movie time with daddy. His love for the Lord and excitement for the day he would enter heaven has shown his whole life and we are blessed that his greatest wish came true.

Survivors include his parents, William Joseph and Cheryl Renee Longley; brother and sisters, Owen Christopher, Kennedy Lynn, and Katherine Anne Longley; maternal grandfather, Michael and Debra Hammond; paternal grandparents, Lance and Trisha Longley; paternal grandparents, Randall and Jenna Wolcott; and paternal great-grandparents, Nancy Longley and husband, Nelson.

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18 thoughts on “Campbell Joseph Longley”

  1. Leslie Sibley Rocha and Joe Rocha

    William, Cheryl, Dr. Wolcott, Jenna, and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss..What a precious little boy God has shared with you for these past 5 yrs.. He has definitely picked a beautiful little flower to add to his heavenly garden.. May God wrap you all in his arms and comfort your family during this difficult time… .

  2. Gwen & Rusty Patterson

    There are no words that could convey our sympathy for your loss. Our prayer is that God will comfort you and hold you close in the days to come.

  3. Traci and David MvDaniel

    Dr Wolcott, Jenna and Family; I don’t have words to express my sadness for you. Remember when you’re weak MANY are here to hold you! We love you! We can rejoice that angels are playing and loving Campbell ❤️

  4. Trebie Lawrence

    I am so sorry for your loss but thankful that you will see him again. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  5. Michael and Jennifer Edwards

    We are so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you and bring you peace during this time.

  6. No words can heal your pain. No words can make things better. But know that my family is praying for you all. You are on my mind and heavy on my heart.

  7. The Wolfe Family

    I have not met a happier, sweeter boy than Campbell. He was so sweet to his girls, particularly Olivia. Not many boys touched her heart the way Campbell did. He was always smiling and greeted Olivia everyday, oh hey Olivia! This world is a brighter place because of his infectious giggles alone! He was a little builder and so thoughtful in the way he constructed things. We miss him so much. He will forever be in our hearts. Jesus will hold him until we meet again. Our love and utmost condolences to the Longley family.

  8. Yellowhouse Gin

    No words to express how sorry we are for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are for the family.

  9. Diana Brossman

    We are so sorry for your loss. My work family at United Oil and Grease will remember your family in our prayers.

  10. Cheryl and Family,
    I am praying for your family. I never met your little Campbell but always enjoyed seeing his and his siblings photos on social media. I know without a doubt Campbell lived his best life! I am here for you always.
    Sasha Smith Downing

  11. I am so very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  12. Dale & Janette Johnson - Idalou, Texas

    Our deepest sympathy to your family. Please know y’all are in our thoughts and prayers and pray for Jesus loving arms around each family member.

    Dale and Janette Johnson, (Landon Grace’s great-grand-parents and baseball supporters)

  13. Melinda Schalow and staff

    Our hearts are broken for you in the loss of Campbell. May God comfort you and give you strength in the days to come.

  14. He was an amazing cousin, and many times i felt him as my brother. He was truly a gift from god.

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