Our Hearts and Prayers are always with the Campbell Family.
February 27, 1956 - April 04, 2021
It was my honor to have worked with Steve for many years. He really had a way of making you feel like you were a valuable person in the work place. He also had an explosive laugh that you could hear across the plant, and we heard it quite often, it will forever be imbedded in my mind. After he retired I always looked forward to seeing him at the antique flea market where we would reminisce about the good old days working in the plant. He will be missed by many. Kevin C Hansen.
Campbell family, my deepest condolences. Steve was the best Manager I ever had, he always took the time to walk the plant and talk to all the partners. He made it a point to have a connection with everyone and know them on a personal level. He was kind and well respected by everyone. He was always the tough guy, but down deep he was the sweetest guy. He could talk your ear off, always had the best fishing stories. His face lit up every time he talked about his family.
Steve and I had Cancer in common, he was always very supportive. Never letting on that he was struggling, such a humble soul. “It’s in The Big Guys hands” is what he use to say. I will never forget Mr. Steve Campbell, it was an honor to have known him.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family, he was a great man.
Monica, Jose Ramos.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. We love you all very much. We are so sorry for your loss.Blooming Garden Basket was purchased for the family of Steve Campbell by Your Kansas City family.. Send Flowers
Genelle and family, We're so sorry to hear of Steve's passing. Prayers for peace and comfort to all of you. Linda and Dave Greenwood